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November 19, 2022

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How to Have a Community Conversation

We bring forth our worlds through the networks of conversation within which we participate.

– Humberto Maturana –

How to Have a Community Conversation

“A Community Conversation is a form of group dialogue that often addresses issues of local or larger concern. Participation is usually open to all, and may lead to some form of action, consensus or objective by the participants. Regardless of the size of the gathering, when individuals assemble to engage in dialogue related to self-determination, it often becomes a community unto itself. Community conversation is a collective process that has the potential to transform individual thought into collective consciousness.” Michael Ratner shares more tips and resources here. { read more }

Be The Change

Take a moment to reflect on some of the most influential conversations you have been part of, and what made them so powerful for you.

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