By Joan Metge
This instruction manual is a significant other piece to Dame Joan Metge's prior paintings "Talking prior each one Other". during this textual content she offers a strategy for coping with workforce dialogue which borrows from and attracts on Maori tikanga (protocol). it truly is designed to be used in settings the place Maori from varied iwi or Pakeha from diverse ethnic teams are current and dedicated to operating jointly however it can be utilized in quite a lot of contexts akin to meetings, workshops, and neighborhood discussions. The publication is predicated on Metge's personal event of commentary in Maori settings and on dialogue with Maori specialists and dealing with Maori teams. a realistic advisor in quite a lot of contexts, it additionally has a much broader implications for the entire of society.
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36 Freed from the need to exercise continual control, facilitators should keep a watch on participants’ body language, looking particularly for signs that someone is finding is difficult to make or take advantage of openings. If necessary, they may use non-verbal signals to get others to wait till the would-be speaker is ready. If waiting till someone is ready to speak means that the circle sits in silence for a while, that is not only acceptable but often fruitful. It is far better for speakers to work out what they want to say while others wait than to rise in haste and confuse the debate with poorly considered opinions.
Metge, Joan. The Māoris of New Zealand: Rautahi, London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1976, Chapters 15 and 16. Metge, Joan and Patricia Kinloch. Talking Past Each Other: Problems of Cross Cultural Communication, Wellington, Victoria University Press, 1978. Metge, Joan. New Growth From Old: The Whanau in the Modern World , Wellington, Victoria University Press, 1995, Chapter 13. Ministerial Advisory Committee on a Māori Perspective for the Department of Social Welfare Puao-Te-Ata-Tu (Daybreak), with Appendix to Puao-Te-Ata-Tu, Wellington, Government Printer, 1986.
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