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36: Why Dialog?

36: WHY DIALOG Welcome to the 36th and final post in our Journey in Dialog. All 36 of our posts are now accessible on our Blog site. The topic of this post – Why Dialog – is also the topic of posts #12 and #24. This 36th post is a summary of the many benefits of...

34: Civil Dialog

34: CIVIL DIALOG Welcome to the 34th post in our Journey in Dialog. Given the current lack of civil rhetoric, should we consider the term “civil dialog” to be an oxymoron? After the shooting of five police officers in Dallas, The Christian Science Monitor reported...

33: Yankelovich

33: YANKELOVICH Welcome to the 33rd post in our Journey in Dialog. In this post we highlight the insights and message from public opinion analyst and social scientist, Daniel Yankelovich, in his book, The Magic of Dialogue – Transforming Conflict into Cooperation. His...

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...