power of community
we support work places and communities to harness the power of people working together. we have cracked a formula where it is safe to share openly, gather collective ideas for change and collaborate.
we combine a silent dialogue methodology with technology tools and different creative practices ensuring all voices are heard. we create a safe space for inner clarity, collective action.
everyone has their say
pulse of the people
we share through story and real conversation. we create a safe space to voice the unspoken. our portals offer a simple framework to gather ideas and get a true pulse of the people’s hearts. see the different portals below which we can customise by topic.
a true pulse for change
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ideas for change
“If it is really to succeed you have to work on some practice that opens the heart. That needs to underline a movement like this. Getting people to come together to discuss some real issues could be invaluable.”
“A stunning location, superb service and spiritual environment create an ambience and atmosphere that allows great things to happen”
“Collectively increasing the quality, quantity and depth of well-being in the world must be the greatest aspiration of any true civilisation. The Dialogue Code seeks to be a beacon of that light.”
“I love how this project has invited and actively listened to the opinions of people from all walks of life and society. The views of all seemed to be valued. What a great star! I hope this succeeds; it would be a huge beneﬁt to our local community and Ireland as a whole.”
“If it is really to succeed you have to work on some practice that opens the heart. That needs to underline a movement like this. Getting people to come together to discuss
some real issues could be invaluable” Ivor Browne – retired psychiatrist 2014
The opportunity that this offers has to be recognised as a catalyst for positive change in the world of work and embraced by all who want to be part of that change.”
“It seems to me that the work you are doing in Cork, Niamh, ﬁts perfectly with the broad goal and strategy we have been advocating here. There are many ways to engage in a national consultation, but it is important the design have a power of purpose, be coherent and well supported, and generate a sustained positive impact that reﬂects the collective intelligence of the people of Ireland. What you are doing looks beautiful! Congratulations on all the great work.”
“The future lies with us understanding human relationships the last 2 decades were the era for technology now we need to move into the ‘people’ space – if not we
will pass ourselves out; burn out and never develop real growth relationships.”
“The Dialogue Code is such a magical place. Each time I walk through the doors I feel as if something extraordinary happens! My heart and creative centres open, I suddenly feel as if anything is possible, as if all obstacles in my life melt away. Wouldn’t it be amazing if this space was available to all.”
“I was really encouraged to discover that many individuals are ambitious to effect positive change in their workplaces and that there was full consensus that the often ‘frenetic’ approach to work is not always what is best for our colleagues, our workplace (and of course our families). This is not the first time I have heard this acknowledged. However, this is the first time that I have been presented with the opportunity to feed this opinion back to a group of influential leaders who can effect change from the top down (recognising that change also has to flow from the bottom-up).”
“The Dialogue Code is a wonderful concept. It has the potential to enhance the well-being of so many people in our community and beyond. I recently participated in a Spring workshop called, “New Beginnings” with our women’s group. From the moment we arrived, we were welcomed and cared for. Liss Ard is such a special place. Everyone should have the opportunity to visit and be nurtured.”