Checking in with each other when we need it during meetings can have great value and positively impact our confidence moving forward. During meetings it is possible for us as participants or facilitators to be triggered or otherwise hindered. Oftentimes when I hit these roadblocks during a meeting, the first thing want to do is react negatively. One of the best strategies I have learned to avoid this kind of reaction is to check-in with my peers.
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