|Date Uploaded:||September 21st 2021|
|Updated:||May 22nd 2022|
|10 Keys :||Build on Everyone's Strengths, Facilitate Collaborative Processes|
|Resource Type:||Article, Handout / Tool|
This article introduces Polarity thinking as a tool for moving a group beyond one way of thinking. Polarity thinking changes the debates over such issues from either/or to both/and thinking. By identifying mutual goals and common fears, as well as warning signs that the focus is shifting too far to one side or the other, we can learn to leverage the energy in these debates, turning vicious cycles into virtuous circles of managing these complex issues.