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By David Campbell

This new paintings seems to be on the dynamics of enterprises from a social constructionist point of view, taking the association as anything that's built always via person interactions with others, either inside of and with no the association.

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H o p e , poet Bakhtin (1986) cautions that understanding and empathy can be­ come a kind of fusion that suppresses dialogic communication and creates another platform for monologic communication. True dia­ logue cannot occur if one party is defined by the standpoint of another. Defining the other is a common means of establishing power and dominance over another person or group, and there­ fore dialogue only happens when each party is coming to the conversation free of control by the other. A n y dominant group will lose its advantage in a true dialogue.

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M y priority as a consultant or facilitator is to contribute to the creation of a safe environment in which to begin conversation. To do this I discuss with any group the importance of a safe context and try to spell out what things need to be discussed, as prelimi­ naries, to move towards a safe environment. These stem from my own experiences of what has been helpful to maintain a working context, but they are also adapted to the particularities of the group I am working with. I begin by stating the rules that I use, and the group members usually add some of their own as the discussion develops.

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