Peggy Holman is cofounder and director of Journalism That Matters, sparking numerous initiatives that are influencing the new media landscape. As an author and consultant, Holman has helped explore a nascent field of social technologies that enable diverse groups to face complex issues by turning presentation into conversation and passivity into participation. In The Change Handbook, she & her co-authors profile 61 practices that engage people in creating their desired future. Her award-winning Engaging Emergence: Turning Upheaval into Opportunity provides stories, principles, and practices that form a roadmap for tackling complex challenges.
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“An unintended consequence of objectivity is a distancing so great that some communities are left feeling unseen or...