On introducing talking deeply about tough world issues at a dinner party and communicating support and healing deeply using circle.
On deepening a discussion group’s conversations using The Circle Way.
The adaptability of the structure of circle and how it can be successfully introduced into both social and business settings.
On teaching circle to Europeans primed for leadership and experimentation of processes in Germany, using circle to discuss health, governance and travel in a Zimbabwean village, and leading a circle practicum that brought together diverse groups in Cape Town.
Sue Edstrom shares the following story from one of her organization's 3-day Reigniting the Spirit of Caring workshops that are transforming health care through the implementation of Relationship-Based Care to strengthen leadership, improve patient care, design effective systems and build winning teams.
Using circle with a congregation the get through an impasse and work together to sit in the unknown to discover how to move forward.
Sharon Schindler Rising founded an organization on the belief that the most important thing pregnant women can experience is community and confidence in their mothering skills. The Centering Pregnancy model circles share some of the The Circle Way circle components, but have style all their own. After Sharon attended a The Circle Way Circle Practicum, she shared this story of how she used her learnings with her board, faculty and women's groups.
On using circle to create a space for women to share a deep sense of wisdom, connect and sisterhood at the Ohio State University and how enormous the response and participation was.