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Guidelines | January 1, 2015

Partnership Reflection

A Guide for Facilitators

The Partnership Reflection is a facilitated process designed to strengthen the relationship among the partners in order to help them be more effective. The process is almost always done in person and the event can either take a shorter “fostering” or a longer “restoration” form, with more days dedicated to “restoration” of a partnership. Detailed guides are provided for facilitators to take groups through this process. In addition to using this guide during the reflection process, it can be used to determine whether and when the process might be useful.


  • Introduction

  • Fostering Partnership: Sample Two-Day Partnership Reflection Training Design

  • Restoring Partnership: Sample Four-Day Partnership Reflection Training Design