Thursday, 2 July 2009

Mapping Dialogue: essential tools for social change

I have been reading a book recommended by a colleague: Mapping Dialogue:   Essential Tools for Social Change by  Marianne Mille Bojer, Heiko Roehl,   Marianne Knuth, Colleen Magner (Taos 2008)
This is a practical book of tools for consultancy with many ideas and suggestions  
  •  “conference designed as a coffee break’   
  • ‘Networked conversation modelled on natural communication’ 
These are great for finding new ways fo constructing dialogues and getting people involved in real conversations to being about transformation. World cafe is now becoming well established as an alternative conference structure.  

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