Genuine dialogue provides a creative space in which may emerge entirely new ways of thinking acting and relating to others. At the heart of such dialogue is holding respect for oneself for one another and for a commonly created pool of meaning. Course participants learn and experience approaches to listening and dialogue derived from Buber Bohm Isaacs Jackins Weissglass and others that allow us to become more aware of the underlying beliefs assumptions and emotions that limit our thinking and our responses to the world. Discussions explore applications of dialogue processes in educational organizational social and personal change.
Critical and Creative Thinking
Saturday, January 11, 2020 to Saturday, February 1, 2020