Consensus-Oriented Decision-Making: The CODM Model for Facilitating Groups to Widespread Agreement

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New Society Publishers, Oct 18, 2013 - Business & Economics - 208 pages
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A step-by-step guide to the most efficient and effective method for participatory group decision-making
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
ThePrinciples ofConsensusOriented DecisionMaking CODM 2 The CODM Facilitator Role 3 FinalDecision RulesWhats Right for Your Group?
Framing theIssue
Facilitating Open Discussion
Identifying Underlying Concerns 8 Step 4 Collaborative Proposal Development 9 Step 5 Choosing a Direction
Synthesizing a Final Proposal
Closure 12 Going For Full Agreement Unanimity Resources for Facilitators
CODMCrib Sheet Notes About the Author
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Tim Hartnett, Ph.D. is a group facilitator and mediator who blends extensive knowledge of non-violent communication with insightful understanding of group dynamics and effective techniques for conflict resolution. He practices as a licensed marriage and family therapist specializing in individual counseling, couples therapy, and parenting after separation. He is also the founder of a small intentional community in Santa Cruz, CA.

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