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Dynamic Facilitation

Dynamic Facilitation

Dynamic Facilitation is a new way to help people address difficult issues creatively and collaboratively and achieve unanimity. It's especially appropriate for issues that seem impossible.

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  • Dynamic Facilitation opens the door to new opportunities for society through social innovations like the "Wisdom Council Process," the "Creative Insight Council," and "choice-creating." DeAnna Martin and Jim Rough of the Center for Wise Democracy clarify the meaning of these new terms. www.WiseDemocracy.org 12/15/09


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  • Dr. Bart Blinder, psychiatrist, author and professor at U.C. Irvine, meets with Jim Rough, originator of Dynamic Facilitation, to discuss how DF offers amazing new possibilities for healing trauma. 9/4/09


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  • The alternative high school class has already started convening a Wisdom Council process for the adult voters. But they don't attend the day-and-a-half meeting process. Here's a demo for them of what happens. 1/31/07


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  • With Dynamic Facilitation you help people think at their best, where they can solve seemingly impossible issues, resolve conflicts, and build community. Psychotherapist Marcia Perlstein interviews Jim Rough to understand about Dynamic Facilitation, why it's different and how it works. 9/4/07


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  • Choice-creating is the quality of thinking that is called for in a crisis. It's where we face the important issues collaboratively and creatively and seek creative answers that work for all. Paul Everett is guest host interviewing Jim Rough on this topic. 7/25/07


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  • While working as an internal consultant to Simpson Timber Company in the early 1980's Jim Rough developed a facilitation style now called "Dynamic Facilitation." Paul Everett, guest host for this show, was JIm's manager at the time. 12/14/05


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  • DeAnna Martin, Director of the Center for Wise Democracy, is guest host on the Jim Rough Show. She helps Jim describe how Society's Breakthrough would work on the issue of "terrorism" To illustrate Jim describes his model for five levels of thinking. 8/6/02


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