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So, how do you foster healthy group consensus and create environments in which all participants can be respected and heard? Here are a few helpful frameworks and resources:  
 
So, how do you foster healthy group consensus and create environments in which all participants can be respected and heard? Here are a few helpful frameworks and resources:  
  
* background resources from [https://www.seedsforchange.org.uk/resources Seeds for Change] (open the section on consensus-based decision-making, which includes long and short guides and a set of helpful videos)
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* https://www.seedsforchange.org.uk/resources (background resources on consensus-based decision-making, including long and short guides and a set of helpful videos)
* [https://extension.umn.edu/leadership-development/public-engagement-strategies Public Engagement Strategies] (UNM guide includes a section on consensus decision making in public engagement and the pros/cons of other types of decision making)  
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* https://extension.umn.edu/leadership-development/public-engagement-strategies (includes a section on consensus decision making in public engagement and the pros/cons of other types of decision making)  
* [https://www.seedsforchange.org.uk/handbookweb.pdf ''Co-operative Decision-making for Activists, Co-ops and Communities''] (a free, 228-page PDF)
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* https://www.seedsforchange.org.uk/handbookweb.pdf (228-page PDF: Co-operative decision-making for activists, co-ops and communities)
* [https://www.seedsforchange.org.uk/quickconsensus Quick Consensus Decision Making] from Seeds of Change (concrete strategies for coming to quick agreement in fast-moving situations)
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* https://www.seedsforchange.org.uk/quickconsensus (concrete strategies for coming to quick consensus in fast-moving situations)
* [https://docs.lita.org/consensus-process-for-virtual-teams/ Consensus Process for Virtual teams] (a LITA guide with high-level tips on developing consensus in geographically distributed groups)  
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* https://docs.lita.org/consensus-process-for-virtual-teams/ (a LITA guide with high-level tips on developing consensus in distributed or virtual teams)  
* [https://www.trainingforchange.org/training_tools/diversity-consensus/ Diversity and Consensus] (“Are consensus and diversity at odds?”)  
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* https://www.trainingforchange.org/training_tools/diversity-consensus/ (“Are consensus and diversity at odds?”)  
* [http://nowviskie.org/2012/lazy-consensus/ "Lazy Consensus"] (a code4lib talk on strategies that can help shift an organization’s default “no” to a “yes”)
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* http://nowviskie.org/2012/lazy-consensus/ (a code4lib talk on “lazy consensus,” which can help shift an organization’s default “no” to a “yes”)
* [http://communitymgt.wikia.com/wiki/Warnock%27s_Dilemma Warnock’s Dilemma] (on non-responsiveness, a stumbling block in lazy consensus)
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* http://communitymgt.wikia.com/wiki/Warnock%27s_Dilemma (on non-responsiveness, or “Warnock’s Dilemma,” a stumbling block in lazy consensus)
  
 
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