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What is the Role of Public Scribe

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The role of public scribe is simply the writing, on paper or blackboard, of information for the whole group to see. This person primarily assists the Facilitator by taking a task which might otherwise distract the Facilitator and interfere with the overall flow of the Meeting. This role is particularly useful during brainstorms, report-backs from small groups, or whenever it would help the group for all to see written information.

 

 

 Sources: On Conflict & Consensus

Contributors: Amy Rothstein, C.T. Butler

Recommended Books: On Conflict & Consensus