SAA online meetings can be conducted around the clock and are usually split into three phases: Meeting, exchange, and conclusion. They are usually led by a group member who is experienced in running such meetings. He or she usually explains the format and etiquette beforehand. During the meeting, members can ask questions and make proposals.
Three stages of saa online meetings
The first step in an SAA online meeting is to make sure you’re following the guidelines for confidentiality. Ideally, you’ll want to use a form or a document that allows you to provide the details of your concerns to an independent third party. However, you shouldn’t limit yourself to one format. Three-way discussions are better for identifying and resolving differences.
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The next step is to find an SAA group you feel comfortable with. There are several different groups, and they all have their own structure and guidelines. The most important thing is to find one that works best for you and your needs. Once you have a few options, you’ll be able to choose the right one.
If the meetings seem like too much work, consider contacting the SAA Ombuds. They’re available to help with informal conflict resolution, and may even facilitate mediation. They can also identify new issues or opportunities for systemic change. The SAA Ombuds can provide unbiased information about issues and suggest systemic changes that will improve the processes and outcomes of meetings.
One way to get involved in SAA online meetings is to serve as a Trusted Servant. This service involves opening and closing meetings each month. The Trusted Servant can be anyone who wishes to volunteer to serve in this capacity. The service can also be performed by the person who is leading the Big Book study.
Despite the trust relationship, the Trusted Servant role is not the only one SAA groups hold. The SAA Conference has the responsibility of directing the Fellowship and deciding on policies and administrative procedures. The SAA groups have appointed service boards and committees to manage the organization. They have delegated authority to these servants, trusting them to carry out their duties.
If you are interested in starting a SAA group, you should download the SAA Group Guide. It provides you with the information you need to get started, such as suggested meeting formats, readings, and other essential information. It also offers guidelines for participating in regional intergroups. You can get the guide in PDF format, and it is available in English and Spanish.
Meetings are the central part of the recovery process in SAA. They typically last between sixty to ninety minutes. The meetings typically include an optional opening prayer, prepared readings, and a chance to meet new people. The meetings are designed to give members an opportunity to introduce themselves and share their experiences.
During SAA online meetings, attendees are strongly encouraged to use appropriate language and avoid harassing or abusive behavior. It is important to be aware that violating these guidelines can lead to expulsion from the event or prevent you from using the SAA online space in the future. If you become the victim of inappropriate behavior, you should contact the SAA Executive Director and notify law enforcement.
The SAA disciplinary policy requires participants and parents reporting alleged misconduct to the SAA president or VP in charge of discipline. All complaints must be in writing and include the name of the complainant, the type of misconduct alleged, and the approximate dates of the misconduct. The complainant should also provide the name of the staff member that they allege engaged in the behavior.