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Part one dialogue_w_isaacs_09072015

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William Isaacs is a Senior Lecturer in the MIT Leadership Center at the MIT Sloan School of Management. His work builds on the roots of Lewin, Argyris, Senge, Bohm, et al. "…neither the enormous challenges human beings face today, nor the wonderful promise of the future on whose threshold we seem to be poised, can be reached unless human beings learn to think together in a very new way." http://www.ideaconnection.com/open-innovation-articles/00172-Thinking-Together-Part-1.html

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Part one dialogue_w_isaacs_09072015

  1. 1. Conversation Deliberation Suspend Defend Reflective Dialogue Skillful Discussion Controlled Discussion Generative Dialogue Dialectic Debate Talk – explore causes and assumptions Listen – without resistance Focused thought and talk Power talk Talk – new insights flow Analysis and talk Talk – protect a position (+) (-) Talk – tensions and synthesis Talk – different opinions - William Isaacs
  2. 2. http://www.pianoscapes.com/ http://www.conversational-leadership.org/ mitch.html https://twitter.com/barbaracoffman http://www.dialogue-associates.com/ http://onecosmic.groupsite.com/discussion/ topics/249685/messages http://www.kantorinstitute.com/ http://www.strategy-business.com/Art-Kleiner http://www.ottoscharmer.com/bio http://dianamclainsmith.com/ http://www.david-bohm.net/dialogue/ http://infed.org/mobi/chris-argyris-theories-of-action http://infed.org/mobi/donald-schon-learning http://mitsloan.mit.edu/faculty/detail.php? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QtQqZ6Q5-o
  3. 3. - Peter Senge
  4. 4. Or dialogue CAPACITY FOR NEW BEHAVIOR 2 FLUID STRUCTURES OF INTERACTION 3 WHOLESOME SPACE FOR DIALOGUE 4 1 5
  5. 5. Or dialogue CAPACITY FOR NEW BEHAVIOR 2 FLUID STRUCTURES OF INTERACTION 3 WHOLESOME SPACE FOR DIALOGUE 4 1 5
  6. 6. Conversation Deliberation Suspend Defend Reflective Dialogue Skillful Discussion Controlled Discussion Generative Dialogue Dialectic Debate Talk – explore causes and assumptions Listen – without resistance Focused thought and talk Power talk Talk – new insights flow Analysis and talk Talk – protect a position (+) (-) Talk – tensions and synthesis Talk – different opinions Fundamental choice point Fundamental choice point
  7. 7. Lose connection to the whole, and meaning of the whole Seeing partial feelings as complete, “noble certainties” Unquestioned acceptance of existing “thoughts” and “felts” Thought that imposes or defends is violent
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  9. 9. Lose connection to the whole, and meaning of the whole Seeing partial feelings as complete, “noble certainties” Unquestioned acceptance of existing “thoughts” and “felts” Thought that imposes or defends is violent
  10. 10. Lose connection to the whole, and meaning of the whole Seeing partial feelings as complete, “noble certainties” Unquestioned acceptance of existing “thoughts” and “felts” Thought that imposes or defends is violent
  11. 11. Lose connection to the whole, and meaning of the whole Seeing partial feelings as complete, “noble certainties” Unquestioned acceptance of existing “thoughts” and “felts” Thought that imposes or defends is violent
  12. 12. Lose connection to the whole, and meaning of the whole Seeing partial feelings as complete, “noble certainties” Unquestioned acceptance of existing “thoughts” and “felts” Thought that imposes or defends is violent
  13. 13. I am aware of many different voices within myself I must look for the ways in which everything is already whole A constant implicate potential unfolding through and around us I am in the world, and the world is in me
  14. 14. http://slideshare.net/micrimson

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