Polarities Videos and Media
Polarities Content and Videos featuring Barry Johnson
In this video by Weaving Influence, join Barry Johnson, Leslie DePol, and Cliff Kayser as they dive deeper into the concept of AND-thinking, and share real-world techniques to bridge the divides that separate us and move towards understanding and healing.
In this video by Weaving Influence, Barry Johnson discusses how to leverage the tension within polarized situations by supplementing Or-thinking with And-thinking in five clear steps.
From George Mason University’s
Center for the Advancement of Well-being:
New Book Shows How Polarity Thinking Can Drive Success for Leaders by Whitney Hopler
GMU’s Polarity Thinking Program features two sections on Polarity Thinking, which each feature live virtual instruction, and are open for Fall 2020 enrollment until October 2.
In this video Barry Johnson discussed polarities in relation to Global Warming.
This video focuses on polarities in coaching with Barry Johnson.
The Institute for Polarities of Democracy educates doctoral candidates, post-doctoral graduates, and others in using PACT™ (Polarity Approach for Continuity and Transformation) and Polarities of Democracy tools and processes to advance organizational well-being and create healthy, sustainable, and just communities.
Polarities of Democracy: The Role of Theory in Effecting Social Change by Scholar-Practitioners
The video presentation to the right is conducted by Suzanne Rackl, and Dr. William Benet, CSBS. This session explores the Polarities of Democracy Theory (POD) of positive social change in a scholar-practitioner’s work, tracing the experience of the presenters’ use of theory inside and outside academia.
The Case for Public Education: A Question of Survival
by William J. Benet, Ph.D
Polarity Thinking Applications in Law Enforcement
Charleston Police Department:
See the video to the right, “From Tragedy to Trust” Charleston, 1-year Later (after the Emanuel AME Tragedy)
Changes in strategy:
“AND” The Grace Between Right or Wrong
In the video to the right, Cliff Kayser, Chandra Irvin, and Margaret Seidler discuss the use of Polarities Map to bring disparate groups together in dialog as part of the Leadership Forum Community 2021.