Photo from behind of a person with hand raised during a workshop or lecture

“Sustained Dialogue: A Pathway to Change, Community, and Identity”

Rhonda Fitzgerald, managing director of the Sustained Dialogue Campus Network, will give an introduction to the Sustained Dialogue model, which teaches how to “listen deeply enough to be changed by what you hear.”

The introduction, titled “Sustained Dialogue: A Pathway to Change, Community, and Identity,” will be held Friday, Jan. 17, from 10 to 11 a.m. in Adelbert Hall’s Toepfer Room. 

The Sustained Dialogue Institute, based on the international relations work of Harold Saunders, works at over 50 campuses, including Case Western Reserve University, in U.S. workplaces, and around the globe toward a culture of dialogue that enables all people to relate more strongly toward effective decision-making, democratic governance and peace.

RSVP for the event.