Friday, April 4, 2008

How We Do It

Every six months, Common Tables will set up a diverse Table of four to eight people in the same geographical area. The role of the individuals is to host (on a rotating basis) a Common Tables Dining Experience. The role of Common Tables is to provide proven interaction guidelines, ice-breaker exercises, and experiential feedback that will ensure a powerful and fun learning experience that gets beyond labels or separation to honor differences and celebrate commonalities and uniqueness.

After four dining experiences in six months, Common Tables will assign members to another diverse Table and the process starts over with new friends – while previous friendships continue to evolve.

Continuing education about religions, philosophies and cultures will be provided through online forums that will be led by topic experts. (In development)

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