Category Archives: Convergent Facilitation
Flow, Decision-Making, and Conflict
Needs Choreography and Mutual Influencing: Decoding the Flow of Interdependence
Can the Social Order Be Transformed through Personal Practice? The Case of Nonviolent Communication – Part 2
In September of last year, I posted the first part of this piece in response to an article questioning the potential of personal practices like mindfulness to transform, or even challenge, the existing social and economic structures of our social world. I explored three deep questions I have about why …
Who Makes the Tough Calls in a Collaborative Organization?
The Noncontroversial Essence, Part 2: Unpacking and Transcending Worldviews
Carla (not her real name) works in an organization that brings violence prevention programs to schools. She described her challenge in bringing the program to a particular school where she sees a clash of worldviews. This is an alternative school with values of inclusion, equality, and such, and yet many …