Joanne Bergos, supervisor of the Edmonton Public School District’s leadership development services, describes how she uses The Circle Way in her monthly support and learning meetings with new principals.
While daunting, perhaps, to consider hosting a circle for three hundred, Matthias, Jutta and Myriam share learnings from their experience, and encourage that you, too, can host large circles using The Circle Way!
How big can a circle be and still be effective? Read this story from our European circle colleagues, Matthias zur Bonsen, Jutta Herzog and Myriam Mathys, as they share how they hosted circles for three hundred people with remarkable results.
This month's story is a reflection on the practices of hosting yourself, participating, hosting others, and co-creating. How do these practices show up in circle? Olivier Winghart shares his learnings on the Four Fold practice in circle.
What can we learn when the bells - intended to be used to honour and respect the space for feelings to release - become an instrument of silencing? Shirley Lynn Martin shares her story of the power of the pause.
Thinking about using the circle for social activism? See these helpful tips to support your preparation.
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