Author Archives: erin@dialoguepartners.ca

Leading from nothing: why “holding space” is your most important leadership skill

“Retreat 3 is a week of learning to lead from nothing.” Photo credit: National Geographic I’m part way through a

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Public Engagement Done Well

Public engagement can be risky business. There are lots of examples of what NOT to do. It isn’t often we

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How the World Has Changed and PE Impacts

The world has changed…and what this means for engagement. Your open houses, story boards, fact sheets and clear expectations for

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Putting the BE in Boston

Our team at Dialogue Partners started a new practice a few months ago that has really helped me to connect

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How NOT to create consensus

And how to learn from the experience and try again. In the 2015 election campaign, the Liberal party of Canada led

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What happens when you act from a place of 100%?

Photo credit: clipartkid.com We live in a world where we value the 50/50 equation as a path to partnership, career,

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What connects us is greater than what pulls us apart

  Hong Kong government officials participating in a session on how to meaningfully and effectively involve the public in decision-making.

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When fear rises up: fight, flight or freeze?

Our reaction and response to fear is variable. It can be influenced by the situation, the depth of our fear,

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Facing our fears and finding our courage…

Facing our fears and finding our courage… What’s keeping you up at night? To listen to this blog podcast style,

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The F-Word Workshop: From Fear to Fulfillment

Does this sound familiar? Do you make life decisions from a place of fear? Are you feeling stuck, struggling or wishing

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