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Bringing Civility to Our Public Discourse

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Lou Gieszl

on 13 June 2014

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Transcript of Bringing Civility to Our Public Discourse

Bringing Civility to Our Public Discourse
What Approach
Should I Use?
Competition or Avoidance?
Conflict Management Approaches
Competing
Collaborating
Compromising
Avoiding
Accommodating
Why Engage in Civil Discourse?
Facts

Feelings

Identity
Can you find the three conversations?
What about the
24-hour "news" media?
One more....
Lou Gieszl and Cheryl Jamison, Esq.
Maryland Judiciary -- Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office

Try Reflective Listening
Listen intently

Maintain eye contact

Repeat back what
the other person says

When possible, use
their exact words

Ask if you got it right
Consider All Your Options
Keep in Touch
Lou Gieszl and Cheryl Jamison
410-260-3540
www.marylandmacro.org

Thank you!
Prevent
Contain
Resolve
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