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Angelo John Lewis is a coach and consultant whose work emphasizes challenge, creativity and discovery.
Ideally, before engaging in dialogue, groups should learn basic dialogue principles and decide upon ground rules specific to their situation.
Here you can view some sample issues and conflicts that have been explored through dialogue as well as a link to formal interventions in which dialogue might be integrated
Here are just a few of the ways in which people have been enriched by using these methods
The Dialogue Circle Method (previously known as “Diversity Circles” ) was developed during the spring of 1991 by Angelo John Lewis with the support of a twelve-person planning committee at Princeton University. The... READ MORE
The current presidential debate season illustrates how debate contrasts with dialogue. Debates are competitive affairs, where the goal is to win and the object is to get other debaters to concede points. At... READ MORE