Auditing Your Personal Networks

Subgroup Size

Small Group


1 hour

External Cost


Lesson Plan


This activity is created by Dr. Kris Acheson-Clair, CILMAR, and Brittany Biesiada.


This activity also references The Atlantic's "These are the Americans who live in a bubble" and "Relationship circles – The most important diagram of your life" by Blaz Kos ( Both articles are available in Links. 


Green, E. (2019, Feb. 21). These are the Americans who live in a bubble. The Atlantic.


Kos, B. (n.d.). Relationship cirlces—the most important diagram of your life.


As a result of this activity, participants will be able to: 1. Examine their personal and social networks. 2. Reflect on the relationships in their lives, gaps in these relationships, and their diversity. 3. Brainstorm ways to fill in their relationship gaps and improve their diversity. 4. Analyze their own self-awareness of relationships and diversity.