Guide For Round Tables, Part 10

528.04Round Table: Need for an Educational Base

Remark: The further we go, the more I understand that the method of round tables, which is used in many industries, requires a lot of training.

Before you put people in circles, you need to give them some kind of educational course. Today, we can offer a round table just to strengthen connections but not to resolve serious conflicts at the national level.

My Comment: You can’t put together a round table of members of the Knesset. First, they must go through a long period of training and re-education. Only then can they be seated at a round table. Only then will they be able to develop truly reasonable state decisions.

Question: Can circles be used just to strengthen connections?

Answer: What does “to strengthen connections” mean? If they end correctly and if they finish in determining some disagreements, reservations, then why?

Remark: But we have already held round tables in the masses and people felt quite mutually involved and happy.

My Comment: Maybe they were pleased that they expressed their point of view. But whether they listened to others at the same time is a question. In any case, it is desirable that they have a strong educational base.
From KabTV’s “Management Skills” 7/9/20

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