Youssra Badr shares how she applied The Circle Way components to create community among her elementary students using the class meeting protocol.
In any circle practice, structure is an invitation to personal and collective maturation.
How circle and mini-horses helped a group of seventh graders celebrate their differences and embrace new challenges.
Using circle for the first time with a leadership team in the oil and gas industry.
Seven co-workers — two of whom aren't even talking to each other — meet for a half day with the intention getting unstuck and back on track. Can The Circle Way help?
Facilitators respond to a "teachable moment" and rearrange their workshop schedule to address shadow when it arises.
The Circle Way creates a safe space for middle school girls to talk about the pressures, joys, and paradoxes of ensuing teenager-hood.
As old team members leave and new ones arrive, The Circle Way helps a board set aside the past and get present in today.
A decision to worship in circle flavors an entire ministry. Women who historically haven't had a voice in their families and communities take advantage of the opportunity to find their.
On deepening a discussion group’s conversations using The Circle Way.
On circling your way through academia.
On discovering The Circle Way and using circle in an intercultural and international scope.
On adapting the "bones" of circle process to different groups and trusting when and how to introduce certain aspects of the practice.
One man's story of bringing circle practice from practicum into personal life and creating a "circle of life".
On bringing together the circle communities across the nation to get inspired, re-energized and continue this compelling work.
On creating a learning village based on circle principles.
On using circle to create a safe container and support network for women who are stepping way beyond their cultural norms simply to attend a circle meeting.
On using circle to bring together a group of employees from different business units and transforming the animosity and fear they held for each other to a genuine willingness and understanding to work together.
A superb synopsis of a complex and moving year of circle work by faculty and administration working at the Race and Gender Institute.
This month’s story illustrates the use of circle in a health care setting at a major Florida hospital.