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Turning to One Another

Simple Conversations to Restore Hope to the Future

"I believe we can change the world if we start talking to one another again." With this simple declaration, author Margaret Wheatley proposes that we use the increasingly popular process of conversation and dialogue as the means to develop solutions for the societal changes that need to occur both locally and globally. Les mer
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På grunn av Brexit-tilpasninger og tiltak for å begrense covid-19 kan det dessverre oppstå forsinket levering.

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"I believe we can change the world if we start talking to one another again." With this simple declaration, author Margaret Wheatley proposes that we use the increasingly popular process of conversation and dialogue as the means to develop solutions for the societal changes that need to occur both locally and globally. Wheatley asserts that the changes required in all aspects of modern life will not come from governments or large organizations, national programs, new policies or laws. The changes will be led by people - everyday people self-organizing locally with colleagues and friends to create the changes they want. Turning to One Another will help you begin conversations about things that are important to you. Wheatley begins by describing several conditions that support good conversation, including simplicity, personal courage, real listening, diversity, and several others. Ten short essays will act as "Conversation Starters," leading people into conversations about their deepest beliefs, fears, and hopes.

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Margaret J. Wheatley is president of the Berkana Institute, a non-profit education and scientific research foundation supporting the discovery of new organizational forms.