The Transition Team will be away at the Twin Oaks Communities Conference from Aug. 30-Sept 14th and will be unable to reply to any inquiries until Sept 16th at the earliest. We appreciate your patience.
Attention: The Help Desk will be closed from 2/28/17-3/13/17. Review sessions can resume scheduling after 3/13/17 as well. Thank you for your understanding. Keep up the good work on Your Action Plan!
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The role of Timekeeper is very useful in almost all Meetings. One is selected at the beginning of the Meeting to assist the Facilitator in keeping within the time limits set in the Agenda Contract. The skill in keeping time is the prevention of an unnecessary time pressure which might interfere with the process. This can be accomplished by keeping everyone aware of the status of time remaining during the discussion. Be sure to give ample warning towards the end of the time limit so the group can start to bring the discussion to a close or decide to rearrange the agenda to allow more time for the current topic. There is nothing inherently wrong with going over time as long as everyone consents.