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    2003ASAP Session 3 Movement 2003ASAP Session 3 Movement Presentation Transcript

    • Building our Movement: How to recruit partners
    • Problems of working alone
      • Isolation
      • Fatigue
      • Lack of new ideas
      • Limited ability to get things done
      • It’s not much fun!
    • Advantages of working together
      • Sharing ideas
      • More creativity
      • More energy
      • We can accomplish more
      • It’s a lot more fun!!!!
    • Group Work Questions
      • How do we recruit more people to our movement?
      • Who do we want to recruit?
      • What information will people need?
      • How will we approach them?
      • What will we do together, as first group tasks?
      • How do we keep people interested?
    • Group Presentation
      • Try to present as a group, not one person reporting back
      • Make your presentation interesting—such as a skit on how you recruit people
      • Try to involve the audience in your presentation
      • Answer the questions on a sheet of paper for display
    • Recruiting People: some points
      • Prepare in advance: who to talk to, what to say
      • Plan specific group activities
      • Flattery works: tell people why they are important
      • Reciprocate: become involved in activities of other groups
      • Talk, talk…and try to air difficulties peaceably
      • Maintain a fun and lively atmosphere