Strengths in Circles cards – Sue Roffey and Russell Deal
Discover what many indigenous communities have known forever: sitting in a circle with others and establishing simple, respectful guidelines for communicating might just be the most effective solution-finding technique ever invented!
The Circles approach to groups and teams is safe, respectful, democratic, inclusive and strengths-based. Each Strengths in Circles card contains a building block for putting Circles into practice – in schools, teams, organisations and communities.
42 cards arranged into 6 suits based on the ‘ASPIRE’ acronym:
- Equality (since renamed as Equity)
Each theme names 7 key values that can be discussed, interpreted and considered for adoption as ground rules by any group. Watch the dynamics of the group evolve within the sphere of these values!
‘I wholeheartedly recommend this card set, particularly to educators. I hope it will find its place in schools to give guidance and focus to the strengths advocated in this incisive and exemplary resource.’ Bill Rogers PhD, educationalist