All pages should follow the same structure:
- What it is
- Why we do it
- How it is done
- Resources to help do it
A relational meeting is an intentional, one-on-one meeting with another person. It is designed to build trust and understanding of each others’ top interests. It is usually 30-40 minutes long, and ideally held face-to-face.
The structure of a relational meeting has four steps:
- Share your story
- Ask about their story
- Probe for top interests
- Think about a next step
Next steps may include attending VOICE trainings or Actions, or networking them with others who share similar interests.
Note: I do not see any resources for this step such as a video of a relational meeting. I don’t think any are needed, since this is pretty straightforward. The slide deck is summarized above, and the other resources do not address relational meetings.