The Shortest Path….

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  1. hello,

    thanks for the great quality of your forum, each time i come here, i’m amazed.

  2. […] out more about the Storytelling Dialogue Method here or give us a call on 07795 448462 or email  or fill in the form below […]

  3. […] a blogger at Chamberlain Forum (“a group of people who have been inspired by what has been achieved in neighbourhoods like […]

  4. Social comments and analytics for this post…

    This post was mentioned on Twitter by paulgslatter: ‘Want to learn about a culture, listen to its stories’. Stories ARE the culture of a community or org

  5. […] explains some of the principles behind it.  You can find out more on the Chamberlain Forum’s website: Based on an approach developed in Canada by Ronald Labonte and Joan Feather, it uses peoples’ […]

  6. […] You can find out more on the Chamberlain Forum’s website […]

  7. […] In July 2010, Chamberlain Forum used the Structured Dialogue Method to learn about the experience of influence in the Neighbourhood of Balsall Heath in Birmingham.   A group of 10 people – including 6 residents and active citizens, local community and faith organisations, the local authority and the police – came together to gain insight into why people in Balsall Heath feel influential, through a process of listening to two main stories, reflecting upon them, and asking questions[1].  ( see here for more information about how Structured Dialogue works) […]

  8. […] on from the successful introductory workshops on the  ”structured dialogue method – learning from stories” held in July please find attached information for a Structured Dialogue Method Facilitators […]

  9. […] policy as essential to fostering co-operation. More interesting was Worth’s account of the ‘structured dialogue method’ practiced by the Chamberlain Forum, where personal experiences are shared in a story circle, and a […]

  10. Thanks this little film is really clear about what structured dialogue is how to do it and how to draw info /policy from reality !

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