A Nebraskan learns The Circle Way in the Netherlands and learns about shadow, thanks to participants from around the globe.
Ann Linnea and Christina Baldwin begin the work of transitioning The Circle Way to the next generation.
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.
Circle as a safe container to share fears, tears, hopes and dreams in the wake of devastating destruction and high tension.
On circle allowing for transformational experiences, creating safe space, and seeing it unite cultures.
On discovering The Circle Way and using circle in an intercultural and international scope.
On the optimistic work for running circle practicums.
On creating a learning village based on circle principles.
This month’s story, written by Clare Taylor, illustrates the use of circle in a diverse working setting.