How to run a brainstorm for introverts (and extroverts too)

Ideas are only valuable if they are shared in a way that can be turned into action. Creating environments where contributions come from all participants can be a challenge. In this great piece from Laura McClure there are twelve useful ways to be inclusive when at the ideation stage. While this was originally written about introverts, the same approaches can be used in other situations:
– cultural diversity
– power differential
– environments where conflict has impeded communication.

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