To clarify the differences and similarities between different perspectives or positions.
Pre-Work Required: Determine how many perspectives should be represented.
1. Draw 3-4 large intersecting circles, i.e. one per perspective.
2. Put elements of each different perspective in the main part of its own circle, using nonjudgmental language.
3. Name points of connection between circles and write in the intersections.
4. Reflect on the differences and similarities,
Source: Williams, Bruce, More than 50 Ways to Build Team Consensus, Second Edition, Corwin Press, 2007, p. 231