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Better Outcomes was established to decrease the amount of negative, divisive uncivil communication in the world today. Better Outcomes’ will create communities to help people learn, practice and use Civil Discourse. Better Outcomes’ goal ... Read more
Better Outcomes was established to decrease the amount of negative, divisive uncivil communication in the world today. Better Outcomes’ will create communities to help people learn, practice and use Civil Discourse. Better Outcomes’ goal is to spread understanding, co-operation and peace. We are especially concerned about the role models in our society. Our political role models are increasing the level of negativity and divisive uncivil common communication around the world. We are never going to be successful if we can't get them to correct the language they use. Our Candidate Conversations, http://www.getbetteroutcomes.org/#conversations, can show people that it is possible.
Better Outcomes trademarked program, is called Candidate Conversations and Interviews. We are a grassroots organization demonstrated its program several times and are looking to expand it in view of the state of our democracy.
Instead of moderators, who permit candidates in debates much latitude, we use experienced, trained mediators and guidelines that clearly spell out the behaviors we expect of participants and audience members at our events.
Our program is unique and we need help to expand it. There are various jobs that need to be done both in the office and in the community.
We are looking for people who are concerned about our country's future and who are tired of the negative tone, and finger-pointing come to expect from candidates for office.