I see sometimes, in the objection round, partners having the same objection to a proposal. In that case, I wander what’s the “best” or more “efficient” way to deal with this ?
The "standard" is : You get and test the objections one by one, and integrate them one by one in the integration stage, then new objection round.
However, I wander if a more efficient way could be to coach the circle members to not raise an objection that has already been raised, knowing that if the new proposal does not fit, they will have the opportunity to raise it on the objection round following the integration.
If the objection is shared by multiple partners, them can work together during the integration (that's the idea of the integration : collective intelligence), and if the new proposal does not fit for all (but the facilitator will only focus on the objector and proposer's tensions), they can still object during the new objection round.
This way, I might have saved the time for getting, testing, integrating all the objections that were the same during the first objection round.
But maybe there’s a downside I don’t see here. Any thoughts ? Experiences ? Safe enough to try ?