En’owkin – Voluntary Deep Collaboration Across Generations

Happened across this article describing “Eníowkin”, which comes from the high language of the Okanagan people and as writer Jeannette Armstrong describes “has its origin in a philosophy perfected to nurture voluntary cooperation, an essential foundation for everyday living”. As someone who works in the realm of participatory process, decision making and wise action I […]

Read More

On Action and Participatory Process

Sometimes, there are gatherings where next steps and action plans are important and necessary and are the reason why we are gathering.  But always?  No. ~ Chris Corrigan This post shares a compilation of insights from various thought leaders in the participatory process facilitation world to help shed light on when action planning could be […]

Read More