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In the crazy, complex business of community collaboration , any person or group has the power to derail the process. Adopting a code of conduct – where everyone’s roles and responsibilities are understood and agreed upon from the beginning – keeps projects on track and creates the conditions for collective creativity.
- Share airtime: Everyone participates; no one is allowed to dominate.
- Assume that together we know more: Work to understand the assumptions, opinions, and the ideas of others.
- Reject the culture of blame: Be tough on ideas, gentle on people.
- Put yourself in someone else’s shoes: Represent those not present.
- Open your ears and your mind: Listening is NOT just waiting your turn to speak.
- Do your homework: Understand the problem and its history.
- Look for common solutions, then commit to them.
- Seek the community’s highest good for both present and future.
- Forge Multiple Victories: The best ideas solve more than one problem at a time.
- Explore unconventional approaches: New conditions demand new solutions.
- Turn opposition into proposition: Instead of fighting a weak idea, come up with a better one.
- Transform differences into gifts: Arguing over the differences among us wastes money, time, resources, goodwill, and talent. Exchanging ideas with others leads to greater insights, and more inclusive, creative solutions.
- Change your mind in light of new information: Do your part to create an atmosphere where meetings are about discovery and collaboration, not platforms for convincing others that your idea is king.
- Maintain the balance between heart and mind, knowledge and intuition, expertise and passion.
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Date/time: April 18, 2019 Location: Washington Hall Early Design Guidance meeting for 6, 3-story apartment buildings with 30 units. Parking for 31 vehicles is proposed. Existing buildings to be demolished. 3033655 - Design Review Early Design Guidance for 5,...
Date/time: April 22, 6:30-8:30 pm (Fourth Monday of the Month, unless conflict exists with holidays or other relevant events) Location: Byrd Barr Place, 722 18th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122 Meeting open to all interested community members. Discussion will be on a...
1405 24th Avenue (24th & Union)Africatown Community Land Trust, the Black Community Impact Alliance, Byrd Barr Place, and Capitol Hill Housing invite the community to celebrate with us as we open the historic Liberty Bank Building on Saturday March 23, 2019. RSVP...
Date/time: March 25, 6:30-8:30 pm Location: Byrd Barr Place, 722 18th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122CALURC Monthly Meeting March 25, 20186:30-8:30 pmByrd Barr PlaceDownloads
Date/time: March 13, 2019 6:30pm Location: Garfield Community Center 2323 E Cherry St Multipurpose Room Design Recommendation meeting. Downloads