Interactive Peer Processes

Pathways to Deepen Connections and Grow Virtual Communities

Interactive Peer Processes

Pathways to Deepen Connections and Grow Virtual Communities

Our Virtual Peer Dialogue methodology supports both:

1. Deep, personal, peer connections in Small and Intimate Groups, and
 

2. Scaled expansion of small groups into Living Social Networks

that nurture belonging, engagement and purpose across entire systems.

1. Deep, personal, peer connections in Small and Intimate Groups, and
 

2. Scaled expansion of small groups into Living Social Networks

that nurture belonging, engagement and purpose across entire systems.

GROWING NETWORKS

Our Virtual Peer Dialogue methodology supports both:

1. Deep, personal, peer connections in Small and Intimate Groups, and
 

2. Scaled expansion of small groups into Living Social Networks

that nurture belonging, engagement and purpose across entire systems.

Crossing Borders Education

designs Virtual Dialogue Processes

that grow Social Peer Networks on the following Four Levels:

Crossing Borders Education

designs Virtual Dialogue Processes

that grow Social Peer Networks on the following Four Levels:

Level 1. WORKSHOP SMALL GROUP:

Linked Peers (online and/or face-to-face)

Commitment

Facilitation

Application

Personal Dialogues

Peers form intimate Communities of Practice (4 people)

Peers practice life skills in virtual dialogue events

One peer receives support to facilitate the group flow

Processes engage around inspiring dialogue prompts

Level 2. WORKSHOP TRIAD:

Linked Small Groups (online)

Commitment

Facilitation

Format

WebEx Dialogue Meetings

Three small groups connect in workshop groups (12 people)

Participants experience social connections in regular dialogues

One peer is trained to lead the group

Global Dialogues, Watch-Parties, TED-Circles on diverse themes

Level 3. REGIONAL HUB:

Linked Triads (online and face to face)

Commitment

Facilitation

Format

WebEx Events

Multiple triads connect their small groups (24+)

Participants practice curiosity and empathic listening

Two trained peer facilitators support the group

Diverse peers share insights in the virtual middle

Level 4. GLOBAL HUB:

Linked Regional Hubs (online)

Commitment

Facilitation

Scaled WebEx Events

Clusters connect across national/regional borders

Growing skills to deepen intercultural understanding

Two CBE facilitators lead the group dialogues processes

Diversity

Participants from diverse social/cultural backgrounds

The internet creates an incredible Technical Web

that interlinks the entire planet,

yet does not overcome Isolation and Division.

We need Thoughtful Interventions

that nurture deep Personal Connections

to co-create a Social Web of caring Interconnected Communities.

"All Problems Exist

in the Absence

of a Good Conversation."

Thomas Leonard

INTERACTIVE PEER PROCESSES

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