For my brainstorming sessions, I make sure I'm always asking questions and never take an idea off the table for someone else. Sure, if it's a bad idea to you, you could work around it and try to get them interested in something else, but being negative is one of the worse and fastest ways to bring brainstorming to a halt.
Also, no idea is off limits. When someone adds an idea, you play with it and try to get it to work with all of the other ideas. If it just doesn't fit, work around it and don't bring it up again.
Oh and don't have a finite goal; ie. make sure all restrictions are flexible. If you're trying to brainstorm for a FPS but come up with a great 3rdPS, you shouldn't drop it because it's slightly different than your goal. (Unless you're being paid for a specific game to be developed, then you're kinda effed into doing what you're told.)
So yeah, have fun and don't stop others from having fun and you'll do fine.