Dialogue

Dialogue provides practical guidelines for one of the essential elements of true partnership--learning how to talk together in honest and effective ways.

Dialogue

Dialogue provides practical guidelines for one of the essential elements of true partnership--learning how to talk together in honest and effective ways. Reveals how problems between managers and employees, and between companies or divisions within a larger corporation, stem from an inability to conduct a successful dialogue.

The Art of Dialogue

Religion, Communication and Global Media Culture Ineke de Feijter. - - - - Five
Dialogue , the Art of Thinking Together The object of a dialogue is not to analyze
things , or to win an argument , or to exchange opinions . Rather , it is to suspend
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The Art of Dialogue

Media and culture are deeply intertwined in contemporary society. Religions have problems relating to this media culture, which is shaped by media processes and conditioned by digital media and interactive forms of communication. Media set the agenda and they profoundly challenge religions, both with respect to their public communication, and their very existence and public relevance. People increasingly use media for shaping their religious identity and their search with respect to questions of ultimate meaning. Barely any theological studies exist that reflect on religious policies, and their subsequent praxis, in the field of communication. The author analyzes Christian policy views and identifies the main problems and opportunities in relating to media culture.

Leading Through Conflict

This is William Isaacs's phrase, taken from his book Dialogue and the Art of
Thinking Together, 46. 22. An excellent guide to these facilitation tools is Sam
Kaner, Facilitator's Guide to Participatory Decision-Making (Philadelphia: New
Society, ...

Leading Through Conflict

As our world grows smaller, opportunities for conflict multiply. Ethnic, religious, political, and personal differences drive people apart—with potentially disastrous consequences—and it's the task of perceptive leaders to bring them together again World-renowned mediation expert Mark Gerzon argues that leaders have failed to rise to this challenge. Our organisations, schools, and governments remain filled with divisive dictators and everyday managers, instead of what he calls mediators—leaders who transform conflict so that everyone can move forward together. Through absorbing examples drawn from decades of work with organisational, political, and global conflicts of all kinds, Leading Through Conflict provides a powerful new framework for the leader as mediator, and outlines eight specific tools these leaders use to transform seemingly intractable differences into progress on deep-seated problems. Both practical and passionate, this book makes the tools of cross-border leaders accessible to anyone who wants to help create healthier companies, communities, and countries.

Moments of Meeting

For example, trade books include Isaacs's (1999) Dialogue and the Art of
Thinking Together, Tannen's (1998) The Argument Culture: Moving from Debate
to Dialogue, Ellinor and Gerard's (1998) Dialogue: Rediscover the Transforming
Power ...

Moments of Meeting

Tells the story of the relationship between two of the last century's foremost scholars of dialogue, philosopher Martin Buber and psychotherapist Carl Rogers.

Handbook of Conversation Design for Instructional Applications

Dialogue and the art of thinking together. London: Bantam Doubleday. Isaacs,
W. N. (1996, January-February). The process and potential of dialogue in social
change. Educational Technology, 20-30. Jackson, G. T., Person, N. K., &
Graesser, ...

Handbook of Conversation Design for Instructional Applications

Given the rapid growth of computer-mediated communication, there is an ever-broadening range of social interactions. With conversation as the bedrock on which social interactions are built, there is growing recognition of the important role conversation has in instruction, particularly in the design and development of technologically advanced educational environments. The Handbook of Conversation Design for Instructional Applications presents key perspectives on the evolving area of conversation design, bringing together a multidisciplinary body of work focused on the study of conversation and conversation design practices to inform instructional applications. Offering multimodal instructional designers and developers authoritative content on the cutting-edge issues and challenges in conversation design, this book is a must-have for reference library collections worldwide.

Handbook of Conflict Management

These dialogues are one means in developing the capacities and skills of
citizens that will be required if reconciliation on this issue is to be achieved. The
organizers of He Au ... Isaacs W. Dialogue and the Art of Thinking Together. New
York ...

Handbook of Conflict Management

The Handbook of Conflict Management cuts across theoretical perspectives, strategic models, and situational contexts as the first all-encompassing conflict management reference. A young field in both research and practice, this foundational text sets precedents for furthering academic study and real-world progress in managing diverse instances of conflict. It draws on more than 600 references to probe sources of conflict and to prescribe means of reducing tension in organizational, institutional, and community settings. Introducing core themes and issues into the dialogue, the handbook provides techniques to promote peaceful negotiation, cooperation, and consensus.

Purpose The Starting Point of Great Companies

... at the big picture as well as the detail. He describes the organization as a
system and the implications this has for management and leadership. William
Isaacs's Dialogue and the Art of Thinking Together (1999) 241 CRITICAL
BIBLIOGRAPHY.

Purpose  The Starting Point of Great Companies

In Purpose, world-renowned thought leader Nikos Mourkogiannis turns the entire idea of leadership on its head and shows that the choice between values and success is no choice at all. Mourkogiannis argues that companies must satisfy the need for purpose--a set of values that defines an organization and inspires and motivates its employees. Rather than organization and structure, ideas are what cause companies to go from good to great. Drawing on examples from across multiple industries, Mourkogiannis demonstrates how a strong purpose is the essential first step toward lasting success.

Apologetics What Do You Really Believe

This idea is broached by Isaacs in his seminal work A Pioneering Approach to
communicating in Business and in Life: Dialogue and the art of Thinking
Together where he provides a great deal of information concerning the work of
Maturana ...

Apologetics  What Do You Really Believe

This long awaited book actually takes two distinct components and combine them into one comprehensive guide. The dedicated student, who wishes to concretize his or her belief or the inquisitive student, who simply wants to learn more concerning the biblical statutes of Christianity will find this an invaluable study aid. The first part of this book gives a detailed account of the structure of Christianity and its implications. The second part of this book provides step-by-step lessons for delivering its contents in a communicative learning environment. Each lesson is clearly laid out for ease of presentation. Also, there are activities that accompany each lesson for independent study or group interaction. The lessons are sequenced in order to maximize retention of content and understanding of certain historical events. Words and their current definitions are given along with several quotations from famous theologians and authors. Such a structure is guaranteed to enhance the appreciation of learning, while serving as a ministry tool.

Restorative Christ

Listening for emergent threads of meaning speaks to us of who we are becoming
together. ... Dialogue, 57–161, but similar characteristics are identified by Isaacs,
Dialogue and the Art of Thinking Together, 83–176, conclusions reached by ...

Restorative Christ

The conviction that Jesus is the restorative Christ demands a commitment to the justice he articulated. The justice of the restorative Christ is justice with reconciliation, justice with repentance, justice with repair, and justice without retaliation. The Gospel of Luke and the book of Acts portray the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ through the radical concept of "enemy-love." In conversation with Dietrich Bonhoeffer (Jesus-for-others), John Howard Yoder (a nonviolent Jesus), Miroslav Volf (an embracing Jesus), and Chris Marshall (a compassionate Jesus), Broughton demonstrates what the restorative Christ means for us today. Following the restorative Christ faithfully involves imaginative disciplines (seeing, remembering, and desiring), conversational disciplines (naming, questioning, and forgiving), and embodied disciplines (absorbing, repairing, and embracing).