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Journey in Dialog

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32: William Isaacs

32: William Isaacs Welcome to the 32nd post in our Journey in Dialog. William Isaacs is the founder of Dialogos, a consulting firm. He is also a cofounder of the Organizational Learning Center at MIT and a senior lecturer at the Sloan School of Management. In his...

30: Another Friend

30: ANOTHER FRIEND Welcome to the 30th post in our Journey in Dialog. In the two previous posts as well as in this post, I share what four friends have told me about our dialogical relationships. CAROLE is a university professor and the author of numerous publications...

29: Two Friends

29: TWO FRIENDS Welcome to the 29th post in our Journey in Dialog. In the previous post as well as this post and the next post, I share what four friends have told me about our dialogical relationships. HARRY is an attorney and a friend of many years. He has read some...

28: A Friend

28: A FRIEND Welcome to the 28th post in our Journey in Dialog. I asked four friends, who happen to live in four different states, to tell me what our dialog meant to them and in one case, to his organization. The stories that follow in this post as well as the next...

27: Reuel Howe

27: REUEL HOWE Welcome to the 27th post in our Journey in Dialog. In this post I focus on what Reuel Howe said about dialog.[1] Howe was a theologian as well as the founder and director of the Institute of Advanced Pastoral Studies. His book, The Miracle of Dialogue,...

26: Attention

26: ATTENTION Welcome to the 26th post in our Journey in Dialog. In this post we deal with not only another restraining force to successful dialog, but also a way to undermine entropy. Engaging in meaningful dialog requires a serious level of attention. The brain is...

25: Scrapbook

25: SCRAPBOOK Welcome to the 25th post in our Journey in Dialog. From time to time I will share my personal experiences with dialog. This is one of those times. The following three stories are among my experiences that have reinforced my commitment to dialog. Concerto...

24: Why Dialog?

24: WHY DIALOG? Welcome to the 24th post in our Journey in Dialog. In Post #12, I raised this same question: Why Dialog? In Post #22, I shared insights on dialog from Michele Maliese’s article when she was a graduate student at the University of Colorado at Boulder....

23: Flash Mobs

23: FLASH MOBS Welcome to the 23rd post in our Journey in Dialog. Have you watched the Flash Mobs on YouTube? The musicians do something incredible with their music. In shopping malls, supermarkets, airports, and train stations from all over the world, musicians bring...

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Irving Stubbs

The Blog host is Irving Stubbs, with degrees from Davidson College in North Carolina and Union Theological Seminary in New York. He has been a pastor, an urban minister, an author and a consultant to organizations across North America, Europe, in Japan and Hong Kong. He brings to his Blog broad experience and a commitment to the liberating power of dialog.

 

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