Peggy Holman

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Peggy Holman founded the Open Circle Company, which "is dedicated to supporting organizations in becoming who they say they want to be. Productive, fulfilling work is performed by people who bring themselves fully to their work: mind, heart, body, and spirit. The Open Circle Company supports organizations in remembering how to do this.

"Peggy Holman convenes and hosts conversations that matter, inviting people and systems to gather around issues they care about. By using generative processes that call forth the best of who people are and can be, the energy and wisdom to move dreams to action are unleashed, resulting in more resilient, agile, collaborative and alive people and systems. The vastly expanded second edition of her book, The Change Handbook (Berrett-Koehler, 2007), co-edited with Tom Devane and Steven Cady, has been warmly received as an aid to people wishing to increase the effectiveness of their organizations and communities. Peggy has an MBA from Seattle University. Since 2001, she has worked with journalists in redefining journalism for the 21st century. Her current inquiry is into how we take to scale the gifts that the "process arts" bring to shifting our collective capacity for living well together." [1]

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  1. Peggy Holman, Open Circle Company, accessed January 2, 2009.