Beth Sanders offers thoughtful depth to the conversation on hosting check-ins.
How circle and mini-horses helped a group of seventh graders celebrate their differences and embrace new challenges.
A powerful question leads to heartfelt stories and tender tears.
How a nurse manager used circle to encourage her staff to working collaboratively and solve their own problems.
How circle helped a church board build relationship and develop a plan for the future of the congregation in only six hours.
Ann Linnea and Christina Baldwin begin the work of transitioning The Circle Way to the next generation.
The value of a check-in at the beginning of a meeting is to ensure participants are present in the room.
An attempt at retrofitting The Circle Way into a required writing class at a local university leads to a whole new way of teaching writing.
By using The Circle Way, a retreat facilitator deepens the experience that participants have at her yoga and meditation at retreats.
How holding a circle in a newly raised yurt was a profound experience for Christine Doyle.
On discovering The Circle Way and using circle in an intercultural and international scope.
On the impact of circle on the authors' doctoral studies and cohort learners group.
On circle process and the profound effect it can have even when given only one hour to teach it to a cohort of Leadership and Training students made up of administrators and leaders in Law Enforcement, Corrections and other Emergency Services.
On starting every meeting with circle and how it connects us to each other, the world and the larger issues at play.
On creating a learning village based on circle principles.
On using circle to create safe space to facilitate female prisoners' discussion and emotional preparation for a move from an old, comfortably small prison to a newer, larger facility.
On introducing circle as a daily way to connect personally and professionally in a law office and how it's helped differentiate them from other law offices and helped work through tense times.