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“Outside the Room Where it Happens” – Developing a Meeting Culture Before, During, and After a Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Loretta Esparza
20:42
Come to an agreement--often.
Nance Nunes-Gill
20:57
openness
Anthony Lin
20:59
decision making
Kimberly Teston
21:00
Acknowledge accomplishments
Katherine Guhin
21:04
divide up tasks and come up with a plan
Katrina Rahn
21:09
Make a decision / discuss options
Stephanie Curry
21:10
Facilitate dialog and debate
Pete Bouzar
21:23
building relationships and understading
Paul Creason
21:28
Developing a plan of action
Jane Ishibashi
21:52
How to get people engaged and involved
Paul Creason
22:47
Utilizing shared governance and engaging all constituents
Stephanie Curry
25:14
Feel free to ask questions in the chat
Nance Nunes-Gill
25:24
That all participants / senators feel heard]
Nance Nunes-Gill
26:51
My goal right now to maintain a healthy senate, as Nickwawanna shared a safe place to share ideas and thoughts and that it's secure for the future senates.
Cheryl O'Donnell
30:40
To what extent can guests speak in terms of the public forum?
Cheryl O'Donnell
31:11
We want to be inclusive but sometimes if there are a lot of questions/comments, we can't get through the agenda.
Pete Bouzar
32:39
we do 3 minutes per person and also have written submissions that may be read.
Cheryl O'Donnell
35:06
So are guests allowed to contribute when the discussion actually occurs? For instance, some deans or faculty who aren't on Senate but they want to contribute once the discussion has started.
Cheryl O'Donnell
35:18
Sorry for so many questions!
Jane Ishibashi
35:33
Does the Brown act apply to small task forces and work groups? Like Faculty Senate or committee work groups?
Jesse MacEwan
36:43
Do you allow "public" comment during the presentation of other items?
Stephanie Curry
37:35
@Jane the Brown act is for Senates and established sub committees of the Senate. Usually task forces or work groups are not unless defined by formal action of the senate
Jane Ishibashi
38:01
Thanks, I didn't think so, but wanted to make sure.
Stephanie Curry
40:25
@Jesse Public comment can be on any topic including those not on the agenda. they are usually at the beginning of the meeting. It is for those who cannot debate on the topic as defined in your ground rules or if a topic is not on the agenda.
Jesse MacEwan
41:32
Thanks, Stephanie!
Stephanie Curry
42:20
@Cheryl for guests it depends on your local ground rules. Roberts does not allow for guest speakers, only senators can engage in debate. This can be changes by 2/3 vote or by establishing your own ground rules.
Kimberly Teston
46:48
Yes, we are introverts and we don't think out loud. So we check out after a while.
Katherine Krolikowski
47:35
@Kimberly - so many great ideas are missed from not reaching out actively to the introverts and making comfortable spaces
Cheryl O'Donnell
01:00:58
I did! Thank you!
Jane Ishibashi
01:05:53
Thank you! Have to go.
Cheryl O'Donnell
01:06:19
Thank you all! This has been very informative!
Anthony Lin
01:06:22
Thank you!
sandy
01:06:25
Thank you!
Nickawanna Shaw
01:06:32
You're so welcome!
Nickawanna Shaw
01:06:48
Katie! You're amazing!
Cheryl O'Donnell
01:06:55
I would also like to thank and acknowledge two of my campus administrators for attending!
Debra Budding
01:07:02
Thank you!
Paul Creason
01:07:09
Thank you all!
Loretta Esparza
01:07:33
Thank you!
Nance Nunes-Gill
01:07:49
Thank you