Youth in Guyana on measuring change using SALT for Leadership

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Comment by Korey Anthony Chisholm on November 8, 2010 at 10:59pm
Smile Olivia, Thanks indeed one of my strengths is Public speaking... I have do a few things and will work on making it Thanks
Comment by Olivia Munoru on November 8, 2010 at 8:36am
Oh my goodness, Korey, you have inspired me so much! Many times I have also reflected on this fact, that so much of what we talk about, we forget that it applies to ourselves too.
It seems that you have come out even stronger after your experiences. I am sure there was a journey, but it shows the resilience we can have and that even the biggest challenges that we face will make us stronger, if we let them. It's a learning we can apply to communities too... that the challenges they have faced in fact ARE their strengths.
By the way, you are such a fantastic speaker... I would suggest you think about a career in TV but you are so special to our CLCP Community that I will keep quiet ;-)
Thank you for sharing so openly.
Olivia
Comment by Gaston on November 5, 2010 at 10:59pm
Thanks Korey for sharing this with a wider group. BTW, well made video. Who took that one? :)
Comment by Laurence Gilliot on November 5, 2010 at 1:54pm
Korey,

This is a very powerful video. Not only because you share on important lessons (that we need to share about ourself and our personal story) but also because you share YOUR personal story with us in the video.
When we show ourself vulnerable, we also give an opportunity for people to get closer to us and to deepen our relationship...
In my experience, I also try to share from my personal experience with communities. How I went for testing and how scared I was. It helps a lot to stimulate the discussion.

I feel honored that you are part of our community :-)

Laurence
Comment by Korey Anthony Chisholm on November 5, 2010 at 12:54am
Dear Rituu, Truly Facilitators need to shear once it will enhance the vision of CLCP, and shear timely and experiences people can link to... especially in Measuring Change in Communities.... We never really look at measuring change cause we are just wanting to create change.

Working with our last group in Guyana of cosmologist we find that they were to discuss how they can measure change, at the end of the activities they came up with how they can create change...

Korey
Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on November 5, 2010 at 12:24am
Dear Korey,

You have raised an extremely important point. One way for the facilitator to encourage community members to share is to share his or her personal experience. This brings forth common humanity and people want to share. However, the facilitator has to share concisely so that he or she does not take a huge chunk of time and the community has ample time to share. Another thing I have learnt is that when we share as a facilitator, give the community some time to digest. Silence for a while is sometimes ok. This is my limited experience in CLCP.

I really enjoyed your video and my internet decided to cooperate so that I could watch it at one go. Thank you!

Rituu

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