What's the role of a Member Host?


๐ŸŒŸ The Role of Member Hosts

Being a host provides experienced members with the chance to forge new connections within the community. Hosts contribute by fostering a sense of togetherness and shared humanity during each weekly session. This should be a rewarding and fulfilling experience for you.

๐Ÿ”‘ Ownership and Responsibility

Member Hosts have ownership of their groups. You determine the groupโ€™s name and description, cancel sessions if needed, message attendees, and control group composition. Additionally, you have the authority to remove members as they see fit and can block individuals who donโ€™t fit in your group.

๐Ÿš€ Our Expectations

We have a few expectations to ensure a positive group experience:

  1. Follow the Pace Method, which includes "Check In," "Hot Seat," and "Discuss" sections to foster deeper emotional connection and create an overall positive session experience.

  2. Cultivate an atmosphere where everyone is encouraged to be curious about each other and eager to learn from one another.

  3. Ensure that the Rules of Pace are followed during group sessions, gently remind members who may be unaware, and flag any issues when necessary.

  4. Understand our Community Guidelines to maintain a safe and secure environment within the Pace community.

  5. Remind participants to respect each other's stories and experiences by not sharing them outside the group without permission.

๐Ÿ’ฌ Chatting with attendees

Since it's your group, trust your instincts and communicate as you see fit. Whether it's one-on-one or reaching out to all attendees, do what you believe is best for your group.

๐Ÿ“† Managing Sessions

If you can't attend a session or if there aren't enough members booked, please cancel the session in app so that no one shows up to an empty room. 

โŒ Avoid Solicitation

We donโ€™t want members to feel pressured to engage in activities or promotions that they may not be interested in. Thatโ€™s why we ask you to refrain from soliciting other members during and outside of group sessions:

  • Avoid promoting personal businesses or products.

  • Refrain from asking others to join outside events or activities.

  • Reduce excessive chat messages that are unrelated to the group, its members, or group discussion.

โŒ Discourage Unsolicited Advice

Help your group members avoid offering advice that may be unwanted by the person sharing their experiences or concerns. Advice should not be the primary or exclusive contribution to a discussion. Instead, encourage a more balanced approach that includes active listening and empathy in addition to, or even before, offering advice.


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