Meeting the World

In the Summer Camps, we had a very much diverse team of people: Spanish, French, English, German, American etc etc and of all ages. This, combined with the different levels of English fluency made our team meetings all the more challenging.

We had to ensure that all team members had the opportunity to be heard even if their English fluency did not allow them to express their opinions clearly and openly. On the other side, fluent speakers always had a tendency to push their ideas and thoughts more convincingly. It is for those reasons that one of our priorities as Supervisors was to give everyone a chance to express themselves, either through the team meetings or through face-to-face time with the Project manager.

This way, we allowed all members to have a voice, either directlynor indirectly.

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