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2. Examples of situations/How it makes us feel (Anecdotal references) Avoid name calling, labeling, and stereotypes.
3. Statement of specific concern/problem
4. Identify possible solutions/strategies
5. Identify goals and measurable outcomes
6. Participate in plan of action
7. Follow up with progress and results.
8. Ensure supports and resources for continuation of plan.
9. Understand short term versus long term goals of change.
10. Encourage on going process and evaluation even when it feels slow.
Personal Awareness Tips
What kind of changes do you hope to support this year?
What kind of tone and attitude do you plan to promote?
How will you choose to respond to those who engage in name calling, divisive behaviors, and actions without solutions?
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