Success is built on collaboration. Circles invite contribution in an atmosphere of nonjudgment, creativity, innovation, and equity. Step into possibility. Receive the strengths and gifts of one another.
All of our ancestors have gathered in circles for thousands of years. Indigenous peoples have kept the teachings alive through generations. We are infinite beings and deeply interconnected.
Scientific advances in neuroscience and physics enhance our understanding of group dynamics and our interconnectedness.
Be radically present. Practice non-judgment. Listen fully and express who you truly are; know what is really going on and determine what is required.
Such as learning, decision-making, strategic planning, conflict resolution, relationship building, healing, reconciliation, sentencing, reintegration, celebration.
Implemented in workplaces, justice systems, schools, communities, and families. It just takes two or more people who are interested and willing.
Circles are successfully employed for all kinds of situations and conflict, from gossip to murder.