[@mention:455886150941203371] I like it. I know that my guidance above lacks a bit in terms of what the Facilitator should do or say exactly — it's more of a guideline for the participants, and I leave it to the Facilitator to then say the right things to help participants follow these guidelines. So it could be better at telling the Facilitator exactly how to facilitate.
It's not easy because it's so contextual. That said, the framing of the open discussion by the Facilitator is the one things that's not too contextual, so yeah, I agree with you I'll add something along these lines