Sep 11 2007

About Full Circle

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Communications, planning, and connected solutions for a changing world
Telephone: (206) 517-4754
Location: Seattle, Washington, USA

Full Circle Associates is me, Nancy White, plus my network of professionals who provide services individually and collectively for clients in the community, non-profit and business sectors. I founded Full Circle in 1997 to allow me to to tap both my and my network’s breadth of skills, knowledge and interest in a productive and creative way. Together, we operate with excellence, flexibility and personalized services to bring client projects full circle from conception to completion. We focus on online and offline strategies with a passionate interest in online community and collaboration.

The Full Circle Philosophy

  • To connect — connect people with ideas, information, services and other people.
  • To collaborate — utilize the full skills, knowledge and experience of each player in every collaboration
  • To discern — apply the right tools and techniques for the right solution.
  • To learn — from every client and encounter.
  • To enjoy the work and to reward ourselves (sometimes with chocolate!) when we come full circle to completion

Current services provided include:

  • Full Circle Training
  • Online Community Building Services (see also Community Building and Online Facilitation Clients)
  • Design and run online and offline events
  • Design and support of communities of practice (CoPs)
  • Online facilitation and moderation (training and services)
  • Graphic facilitation
  • Group facilitation (online and offline)
  • On and offline strategic and program planning
  • Public, Media and Government relations
  • Social and conversational marketing
  • Strategic application of new media tools and practices
  • Writing
  • Community organizing (and yes, I think this is a real job!)

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About Nancy White:

About the Associates and Partners:
The richness of Full Circle Associates is the relationships we create and nurture between us. As part of the dream for Full Circle, you can tap into a talented network people who can help bring your project full circle from planning to completion. These individuals along with others in Nancy’s network are all independent consultants, not employees of Full Circle Associates. You are welcome to contact Nancy to get a listing of current associates or people I can connect you with in my network. Some of the links will take you to a resume while others will take you to the individual’s own site. We are open to creating the arrangement that best suits the situation.

We also work with some great partners and alliances…

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14 Responses to “About Full Circle”

  1. Kariuki Waweruon 06 Dec 2007 at 1:20 am

    Hi,

    this is an interesting concept. I’m a facilitator with The DEPOT (Dan Eldon Place Of Tomorrow) Kenya, East Africa and i believe there is alot I can learn from you to improve my facilitation skills. I would like to know about the on-line facilitation training.

    I’ll appreciate your response

    Thanks

    Kariuki

  2. laura mirandaon 24 Jan 2008 at 3:35 pm

    Hi, I do business independently. I live in Uruguay and I am interested to be part of a group. Let me know how to do it.

  3. Khalidon 20 Apr 2008 at 10:00 am

    I am doing three kinds of consulting projects in politics, business and love. However, I need consultants in these three fields of expertise to share consulting services with me. They may either list their firms at my website, or discuss with me another option to connect to this targeted market through one of the comments forms at the website.

  4. Kirstieon 29 Apr 2008 at 10:21 pm

    Kirstie…

    The more you are willing to accept responsibility for your actions, the more credibility you will have….

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  7. Tanya Weaveron 19 Nov 2008 at 6:28 pm

    I am interested in learning more about what you do. And, i am interested in picking your brain because i am looking for people interested in our work (board members or advisory board members).

    thank you,

    tanya

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  9. Miguel Angel Perez-Alvarezon 22 Jan 2010 at 8:56 am

    Awesome! I wonder how I can collaborate. I am a Mexican teacher devoted to use ITCs in education and producing sustainable solutions to our environment. Congratulations Nancy! You are a reference to made a better World.

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  11. Jameson 24 Nov 2011 at 11:55 am

    Hi Nancy: I’m trying to convince people that if we pursue greater love, that all problems can be solved, and even if they aren’t, we won’t fight to force others to do what would be detrimental. This is the ultimate truth, and one which will peace and harmony worldwide…it can begin with a very easy small step, but so far, I have not had the influence on people that I would have hoped. How can I encourage others to speak gently and use pleasant words, which will start a revolution?

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  13. Nancy Whiteon 15 Dec 2011 at 4:57 pm

    Hi James. You ask a huge question and my first response is I don’t have “the answer.” For sure. I read a really useful blog post the other day that talked about the distinction between “kind” and “civil” and “nice.” See bit.ly/u2zUGa
    As to influence, again, the only thing I know that works for me is to role model the behavior I want to see in others. At my best (and I’m not always at my best!) is starting with being a good listener. I think so many people (especially angry or hurt people?) don’t feel very heard. What are your practices?

  14. Jameson 23 Dec 2011 at 5:45 pm

    lots of listening, but sometimes the profanity is so overwhelming I have to cover my ears, making it not only hard to hear, but the speaker(s) get distracted…

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