Dialogue with the Author

Upcoming Dialogue with the Authors

Join us February 5 - 9, 2018 for a lively offering of
the Dialogue with the Author series. 

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February 5 - 9, 2018 - When Stories Clash: Addressing Conflict with Narrative Mediation - Join John Windslade online and in a webinar to learn more about how Narrative Mediation helps to address conflict in many different kinds of situations and circumstances.  

Join in online as we explore the book and the rich resource it holds for dealing with conflict.

Everyone will find something useful in this online dialogue. We will culminate the week of online dialogue with a live webinar and conversation with John on Friday at 12:00 noon US Eastern time.

Buy the book (www.taosinstitute.net/when-stories-clash**) and read it before the Week in Dialogue in order to get the most out of the event.   
**use discount code TaosWSC10% at checkout to receive a 10% discount when you buy the book.

 

Previous "Week in Dialogue with the Author" - Visit all these converstions.

Here is the hub for our Dialogue with the Author series. To view all conversations with the authors click here OR click the names of each author to view their specific conversations.

1. The book: The Inheritors: Moving Forward from Generational Trauma, author: Gita Baack, October 2-6, 2017. To participate in the week - visit:Click Here. 

2. The book: Education as Social Construction, editors: Thalia Dragonas, Sheila McNamee, and Eleftheria Tseliou , Oct. 10, 2017. To join the conversation, click here.

3. The books:  Positive Aging, 70Candles!, and Retiring but Not Shy. Three books and three authors. Join this conversation Nov. 6 - 10, 2017. Click Here.

4. The book: Family Therapy as Socially Transformative Practice was held September 12 – 19, 2016  with the authors Sally St. George, Dan Wulff, Ron Chenail, Lynda Snyder and Lynda Ashbourne.

5.  Hilary Bradbury and Bill Torbert:

  • On June 13 - 17, 2016 we held a conversation about "Eros/Power: Relational Action Inquiry integrating subjectivity, inter-subjectivity and objectivity" by Hilary Bradbury and Bill Torbert
  • Participate in the dialogue by clicking here.
  • Watch video recording the webinar by clicking here.
  • Listen to the audio recording of the webinar here.

6. Diana Whitney and Amanda Trosten-Bloom:

  • On April 4 – 8, 2016 Diana and Amanda invited members to an online exploration of this book and the ideas, theories and practices of Appreciative Leadership.
  • Participate in the dialogue by clicking here.
  • Watch video recording the webinar by clicking here.
  • Listen to the audio recording of the webinar here.

7. Lois Holzman:

  • On February 8-12, 2016 Lois Holzman invited members to join in for a discussion of her provocative online book project, The Overweight Brain: How Our Obsession with Knowing Keeps Us from Getting Smart Enough to Change the World.
  • Participate in the dialogue by clicking here.

  • Watch video recording the webinar by clicking here.
  • Listen to the audio recording of the webinar here.

8. Kristin Bodiford and Peter Whitehouse:

  • The topic for this dialogue was held October 5-9 is: Intergenerativity and Innovation!

  • Participate in the dialogue here.
  • Recording of webinar on Oct. 9, 2015 is available here.

9. We had an on-going dialogue with Frank Barrett, author of Yes to the Mess: Surprising Leadership Lessons from Jazz.

  • A recording of the webinar is available here.

10Ken Gergen:

  • Oft-published scholar Ken Gergen about his new article "From Mirroring to World-Making: Research as Future Forming" about the re-framing of scientific inquiry from a passive mirror reflecting what is to an active, relational process that shapes the future.
  • A webinar with Ken further exploring the themes from his article and building on the discussion that emerged over the course of the week may be viewed here.
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