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We often talk about our results, namely, how we produce small group experiences with a strong feeling of connection, breakthrough, and high engagement via our platform and method – The Circl.es System.   At this point in our evolution as an organization,  we are pleased to be empowering organizations, communities and schools to leverage what […]

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Connection Without Campus: Circl.es Helps Wharton, Harvard and the Aspen Institute Replace the Irreplaceable

We miss campuses! The smell of crisp fall air, sparkling new school supplies and the smiles of friends we missed all summer. This isn’t just nostalgia; the campus is a powerful setting that energizes learning. “An almost seismic sense of expectation emanates from a college campus. That is the true elixir of youth: the grand, […]

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Circl.es Partners With The Ken Blanchard Companies

Circles is pleased to join The Ken Blanchard Companies in announcing our partnership. The following is an excerpt from last week’s press release… The Ken Blanchard Companies®, a global leader in management training, consulting, and coaching, announced today that it will be partnering with Circl.es to offer differentiated virtual and inclusive experiences using The Circl.es System™. […]

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Exciting Updates to the Circles Video Space™

We’re feeling thankful for the valuable feedback we’ve received as we build and grow Circl.es into a world-class platform. Our team has been hard at work making improvements to the Circl.es Video Space™, and we’re excited to share some new features we think you’ll love. Check out the overview below. Hide The Agenda With the […]

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From Inspiration to Connection: TED Meets Circl.es

In early 2020, TED.com launched a partnership with Circl.es. The Circl.es System™ offers a new way to engage with TED Talks, helping turn inspiration into  action, and routine conversation to meaningful connection, again and again. The Circl.es platform allows people to watch a TED Talk together online, enable a meaningful discussion afterward and then see what […]

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Dan Hoffman on Why We Learn Better In Circles

Leo Bottary and Randy Cantrell talk to our CEO Dan Hoffman on their podcast, Peernovation.

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Leader as coach with Dan Hoffman

Sue talks to Dan Hoffman, founder of Circles Learning Labs. They discuss different ways that leaders can empower and coach their people, and what the benefits of using this type of approach are.

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Breaking Out

Can an online learning event be as engaging as a live one, or even more engaging? Online learning is notorious for distracted multitasker…

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Case Study Results: Millennium Forum

Do Circles work? Hard data is hard to get. And then there’s the question: What outcomes are we looking for? We’re proud of our partner, …

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Case Study: Adding Depth of Communication in a Fast-Paced Environment through Peer Learning

Managers at a growing national company operated within a fast-paced environment, where intense workflows often limited interaction opport…

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In a world of physical distance, circles facilitate authentic human connection.

In a circle, 3-12 participants contribute equally, share openly, and push each other to act.

We spent years with academics and practitioners, honing best practices and building a technology platform. Our circles have helped scale peer learning, sustain manager and leadership development, move live training online, onboard new employees, support career development, teach collaboration, and build community.

We’ve been grateful for the support and the referrals from our large corporate partners, schools, and communities who have been hiring us to help design, facilitate and manage Circles programs.

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