The value of developing and enhancing circle skills through participating in practice circles.
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.
How The Circle Way helps religious orders deal with the declining number of women who want to become vowed sisters and also helps them plan to house and care for retiring and ailing sisters.
How The Circle Way helped a German company transition to a new era
A Nebraskan learns The Circle Way in the Netherlands and learns about shadow, thanks to participants from around the globe.
How a nurse manager used circle to encourage her staff to working collaboratively and solve their own problems.
A committed face-to-face circler discovers the unexpected benefits of holding circle online
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.
In Greece, during a time of great upheaval and political unrest, 22 friends, family, and colleagues meet to unlock their hearts and explore the questions: “What do we see happening in our land? How do we feel? What do we practice? What can we do together? And what do we see possible?”
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.
The Circle Way plays an integral role in the construction of a new office and clinic space.
A community struggles together to deal with tough issues that politicians and planners face in isolation every day.
The Circle Way helps the staff and a committee of a church question assumptions, resolve conflicts, identify needs, create a new position, and hire an employee to fill it.
By using The Circle Way, a retreat facilitator deepens the experience that participants have at her yoga and meditation at retreats.
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.
A nurse who has worked in circle for years strives to cultivate a culture of mindfulness and caring within nursing and healthcare through presence, research, and the use of circle.
Mary Diamond heard the Native American saying: "When the grandmothers speak the world will heal." And she said: "I'll bet I can help make that happen." The first grandmother's circle included 16 people.