Celebrate and Grow…Protocol for offering and receiving feedback – Implemented

On our quest to collect feedback about our community so that we may continue to grow and improve, we have developed our feedback protocol, and we have practiced to test the feedback prompts, the lesson plan, and the technology we intend to use.

Every member of our community was invited to have lunch.

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Isn’t the establishment of purpose in Stephen’s message wonderful?

“The new Luncheons, to begin soon, will be facilitated by Jill Gough and attended by Michelle Perry and Kato Nims – and will focus on conversation that leads to genuine and healthy communication.”

Can you imagine inviting 150 people to lunch in small groups where they can select the date?  Ginny Perkinson did just that so our community could participate in this celebrate and grow experience.  Wow! What a task.

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On behalf of the Faculty Staff Leadership Team (FSLT) and the Academic Leadership Team (ALT), Michelle sent the following email to our community:

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We met in Conference Room A. Lunch was served in this space.  As we gathered the following slide was showing on the screen.

We followed our intended plan watching the video, the story of thus,  two rounds of Think-Pair-Share, and a discussion.  It was awesome! I learned so much more about my community.  I enjoyed hearing, well, everything.  Below are the notes we took during the lunches.

If we are an open community of learners, how will we grow? Will we seek, offer, and consider feedback?

    • As a member of this community, what can we celebrate?
    • As a member of this community, how can we continue to grow?
    • As a member of this community, I wish…
    • As a member of this community, I’m grateful…

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