As The Circle Way grows around the world, the practice is being adapted to more and more environments.
City planners in Canada have used The Circle Way to work through challenging organizational conversations. Community members in Zimbabwe have used it to make decisions about how to be more respectful in their relationship with the earth. Women in South Korea are using it to build connections with each other and grow their collective strength. Business owners in Germany are using it to invite their staff into the visioning process. University professors in the United States are using it to help their students dive more deeply into their learning. Every day, more people take this risk and discover the benefits and beauty of circle practice.
To help you imagine how The Circle Way can fit in your environment, we are gathering stories of the many ways it has already been used. This list is just the beginning - your stories are also welcome. Contact us with any stories you’d like to contribute.