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Awakening Our Collaborative Spirit

Awakening Our Collaborative Spirit

Jul 17, 2012-- "The notion that open and honest collaboration allows thinking to grow as a collective phenomenon can be traced back to Socrates and other thinkers in ancient Greece. Socrates and his friends so revered the concept of group dialogue that they bound themselves by principles of discussion that they established to maintain a sense of collegiality. These principles were known as 'Koinonia' which means spirit of fellowship." This Psychology today article delves into each of the ten principles. (15160 reads)


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