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You share your understanding of an unclear idea shared by another group member during a meeting and ask if you have it right.
A quietly work on a task you were assigned to complete for the next meeting while the rest of the team plans and discusses their next steps.
You notice a quiet member of the team hasn't said much during the discussion. You let the thought pass and continue focusing on the team member currently speaking.
You nod and say, "I hear you," to encourage a team member to continue talking about their idea.
You know something a team member has added to the discussion is inaccurate. To keep the flow of the conversation going you say nothing about the inaccuracy.
A team member's lengthy explanation about a complex idea left you feeling uncertain. No one else appears to be confused so you remain quiet.
You don't share the same opinion as the rest of the team on the issue being discussed. "You know that's not right," you say to the group without thinking.
You sit up straight and maintain eye contact throughout a team members lengthy explanation.
You keep an open mind as the team brainstorms ideas and comes to consensus.
You brought up an important viewpoint the group had not thought of, but your explanation was lengthy and complex.
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