A dynamic new system for fostering effective communications within groups, Dialogue breaks down barriers, creates partnerships, and helps team members achieve optimal results. In this book, managers learn how to use the full range of Dialogue methods, including its four fundamental techniques: suspension of judgment, listening, identification of assumptions, and inquiring/reflection.

The Art & Practice of Dialogue

The Art & Practice of Dialogue is an audio series that has been remastered from audio cassettes produced in the mid 1990s. It is a series of conversations between Linda Ellinor and Glenna Gerard, co-authors of Dialogue: Rediscover the Transforming Power of Conver-sation, Wiley & Sons, 1998 and compliments their book.


Organization Development Network 2021 Conference: Dialogue as a Cultural Change Intervention

Linda presented a session on June 3rd, 2021 with two colleagues on how the culture was changed at the Virginia Department of Corrections (VADOC) using Dialogue. Harold Clarke, the Director, tells his story of how he transformed a very fragmented culture of VADOC into a healing environment for staff and the 30,00 inmate population they house. It is a true, break-through story for the profession of organization development combining visionary leadership with Bohm-inspired Dialogue to sustain and integrate the vision – becoming embedded into the culture.