Guidelines for Holding “Circle Conversations”

Even without holding a full-scale OST event, you can use the “circle” as part of your organizational strategy for engaging employees and for creating the important conversations that will move your organization forward. Using the circle requires that specific ‘constants’ or guidelines are respected, especially in today’s organizational cultures, which are driven by Androids, iPhones and other such devices. Here are suggested guidelines for holding “circle conversations” and reaping the full benefit of the wisdom that emerges.

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