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.
"When you're part of figuring something out, you have much more invested in it."-- Eileen Fisher
How circle both scares and supports the introverted, quiet, and shy.
Using circle for the first time with a leadership team in the oil and gas industry.
How can you hold circle in situations where there is no visible circle shape, no a visible talking piece, and no a visible center?
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?
The Circle Way plays an integral role in the construction of a new office and clinic space.
Facilitators respond to a "teachable moment" and rearrange their workshop schedule to address shadow when it arises.
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.
A church gives each congregant a $20 bill with the instructions to “bless the world.” Eight congregants gather in circle, pool their money, and decide how to give it away.
On introducing talking deeply about tough world issues at a dinner party and communicating support and healing deeply using circle.
The adaptability of the structure of circle and how it can be successfully introduced into both social and business settings.
On circle bringing about agreement on governance and by-laws where all voices are heard.
On using circle to create a space for women to share a deep sense of wisdom, connect and sisterhood at the Ohio State University and how enormous the response and participation was.
Circle as a safe container to share fears, tears, hopes and dreams in the wake of devastating destruction and high tension.
On building a school from the ground up based on circle, and how transformative it is to both the children's education as well as the parents, teachers and volunteers.
In North America, the second Sunday in May is observed as Mother's Day. This month's circle tale, illustrates the multi-generational reach of both circle and women's wisdom. Whether we are mothers or not, whether we have mothers alive to honor, may we keep discovering how to acknowledge mothering contributions to a world in great need of comfort and protection!