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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Case Study: Cementing Leadership Development through Peer Learning

A leading global food processing and packaging company used Circles to drive better outcomes from their leadership development experience.

Read More for Teams

I’m overdue for a update. Over the past three years, we’ve been building software for peer learning circles. Those of you that k…

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It’s Never Been Easier To Join A Study Group

Study Groups Can Change Lives, Fast. – Daralee Barbera, GAMA International In the lead up to LAMP 2018, nearly twenty leaders from across…

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Becoming a B-Corp

Here’s a story about selling my previous business, M5 Networks. Anyone that worked at M5 could see how living by a mission and values mot…

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Is Your Team Having Conversations, or Sitting Through Presentations?

They may not have the wow factor of Guy Kawasaki evangelizing the heck out of Apple products on stage, but why should we be having conver…

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Why a Team Retreat Brings You More Than Just “Philosophical Wank”

Wait. What? Did he just say philosophical wank? Yes, exactly. One of my colleagues, who we shall call Franko for now, came up with the te…

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Circles Advisor Update: Learning and The Road Ahead

Dear Advisors: It has been a long time since I shared an update! I’m more determined than ever to make Circles happen. It might even help…

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8 Signs You Just Had A Great Meeting

What feeling do meetings transmit in your workplace? Sadly, when we ask a colleague how the day’s meeting went, we’re so often met with a…

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The Meta Journey Draft

This is an early draft design of a learning journey, our first one. All learners will take this journey. Below is an outline of each drop…

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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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