How a nurse manager used circle to encourage her staff to working collaboratively and solve their own problems.
The value of a check-in at the beginning of a meeting is to ensure participants are present in the room.
Whether pastor, staff, lay leader, or consultant, questions can open space, invite and evoke insight and wisdom from groups and individuals and change entire cultures. Asking good, open, honest, high-level questions is an art and a science.
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?
Using circle with a congregation the get through an impasse and work together to sit in the unknown to discover how to move forward.
On creatively dealing with leading a church choir during a month-long period where there was no director.
On opening up space for a regular New Year's reflection circle in the bustle of life.
On adapting the "bones" of circle process to different groups and trusting when and how to introduce certain aspects of the practice.
This month’s story illustrates the use of circle in a health care setting at a major Florida hospital.