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2019朝邦對話新訊息冬季刊 - 第一屆「對話影響力獎」出爐 | 2019 December Newsletter - The First Dialogue Impact Award

2019 對話新訊息冬季刊

第一屆「對話影響力獎」出爐

善用對話產生影響力 涵養公民素質提升溝通力

   
【中華民國一○八年十二月七日星期六,台北訊】
    
  
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No matter how it looks at first, it’s always a people problem. 無論如何開啟人與人之間友善的對話才是最重要的」朝邦文教基金會顏瑛宗董事長表示。朝邦文教基金會以「推動對話力.促進社會正向改變」為使命,舉辦「第一屆對話影響力獎」並於今日表揚,吸引上百位關注對話影響力的各界賢達一同出席參與,藉由你我最熟悉不過的「對話」,向社會大眾傳遞善用對話,提升溝通力、昇華公民素養。並強調在對話之前要尊重,沒有尊重就沒有對話,讓對話成為習慣、成為文化,很多問題都可以迎刃而解,人與人之間從自我到團體族群之間的「對話」,累積豐富的人文底蘊、智慧結晶。

首屆「對話影響力獎」區分為金銀銅三種獎別,總計有十個單位機構獲獎,報名主題多元,涵蓋教育問題、公司管理、組織募款、社區對話、世代溝通等,每個案運用對話力過程中,從培養聆聽、探詢的基本公民素養,建立尊重、包容、參與的文化;進而產生社群、行動,促進社會正向改變,看見台灣各地不同風貌的對話元素,以及透過對話能力處理內外衝突。

朝邦文教基金會顏瑛宗董事長表示,推動對話影響力獎目的在表揚、肯定個人

、組織、社區積極推動對話元素、建立對話文化,以聆聽、包容等有效溝通方式,達成組織變革、創新,完成社區發展及家庭和諧,冀望提升社會大眾對對話的認知度,並在日常生活與工作當中,在各種重要議題上藉著專注聆聽、包容多元等對話綜合能力,促成社會和諧,養成兼容並蓄的公民素養

 

本次獲獎單位有:

金牌獎:

親子天下股份有限公司/親子天下「教育創新100共創會」
新北市府衛生局/友善對話-憶起行動
說政治大學社會工作所王增勇教授/故事開啟彼此生命的對話

 

銀牌獎:

至善社會福利基金會/一場為期五個月的跨部門對話練習
成功大學都市計劃學系張秀慈副教授/惡地古道作為深度體驗、跨域參與及地方認同之對話策略
台灣公益團體自律聯盟/台灣公益自律落實與責信深化
高齡化政策暨產業發展協會/「親愛的,我老了」台中展

 

銅牌獎:

新加坡商鈦坦科技/非典型敏捷管理歷程
台灣敏捷協會/敏捷思維推廣計劃
JUST FEEL 感講/ JUST FEEL 善意溝通校園計劃

 

對話文化可運用於正式及非正式溝通,在公司的會議或是組織的討論中,充分展現以下四大要素:

1. 同理傾聽有人陳述意見時,專注聆聽不打斷
2. 平等對待重視每參與者的意見
3. 浮現假設在陳述自己的主張或提供他人意見時,先說出自己根據的觀點(假設)
4. 重視以探詢(提出好奇且開放式的問題)、懸掛評判(先放下自己的評判)與陳述主張的能力。

 

資深媒體人蘭萱指出,現代人雖然有了網路,看似全球化,但我們很容易在同溫層聚集,好似又回到古代分散的部落文化,對內十分緊密,但對外就好像築起一道厚牆,語言本是互相理解的工具,但在缺乏信任下卻成了殺傷他人的利矛,怨 、仇恨和猜忌不斷累積,自我綑綁的同時也阻止了彼此的對話,這也是台灣社會正在面臨的嚴峻考驗。

行政院數位政務委員唐鳳表示,對話起點在於先有信任再有目標,唐鳳說 「對話影響力 」其實就是社會創新的一種,人都會面臨被不同立場的人排除在外的情況,表示對話目的不在於說了什麼,而是不同價值觀的人可以在一起做些什麼,強調開放性參與一直是社會進步的基礎。

朝邦基金會執行長吳杏女士表示,個人,組織,社會要有對話文化, 需要個人有對話意識與技巧, 組織有參與式的機制與文化,持續修練對話的精神與實踐.

朝邦基金會將繼續推動第二屆對話影響力獎,也協助個人、組織與社區展開對話力,透過提高參與者互動的品質、資訊的品質,儘管決策可能是由少數人做出,決策過程仍然可以注入對話元素, 讓決策更創新,更完整。另外,對話影響力也可運用在跨部門、跨族群、跨國的公共議題討論,解決問題,促成改變。對話力的基本元素-平等待人,同理聆聽, 浮現假設, 正式聯合國永續發展目標的#4教育品質, #5性別平等, #10 減少不平等, #16 和平與正義制度, #17 全夥伴關係在倡導的精髓, 要實踐聯合國永續發展更是需要多元利益相關者合作與對話。

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CP Yen Foundation Newsletter Winter Issue 2019 December

The First Dialogue Impact Award:

Dialogue: Enriching Civil Literacy and Communication

"Happy Holidays! We like to share this good news with you and wish you a happy and enriching 2020!" 

      

December 7, Saturday, 2019, Taipei.

“No matter what it looks like, it’s always a people problem. Initiating friendly dialogue between people is the key,” stated Mr. George Yen, Chairman of CP Yen Foundation.

With the mission to facilitate the art of dialogue for positive social change, CP Yen Foundation organized the First Dialogue Impact Award and held the award ceremony today. More than a hundred guests passionate about the impact of dialogue attended the event. The event aimed to leverage dialogue to enhance communication, civic cultural literacy, while emphasizing the importance of respect as prerequisite to dialogues. CP Yen Foundation hopes dialogue becomes a way of life, a part of our culture that helps to solve problems, and moves from dialoguing between people to dialoguing between groups. Further, dialogue can enrich our cultural foundation and collective wisdom.  

The First Dialogue Impact Award is divided into three categories of gold, silver and bronze. A total of 10 institutions were awarded this award with diverse topics that span from educational issues, corporate management, funding for organizations, community dialogues, cross-generational communication and more. Each of the awardees utilized dialogue in various perspectives, including fostering active listening, inquiry to basic civil literacy, building respectful, inclusive and participatory culture to promote positive social changes, to discover the multiple elements of dialogue in Taiwan and to manage internal and external conflict through dialogues.  

George Yen reflected that the purpose of establishing the Dialogue Impact Award is to recognize efforts on personal, organizational, and community levels to promote dialogue, build up a culture of dialogue, and communicate by listening and inclusivity to encourage organizational change, innovation, community development and family harmony. In addition, the Dialogue Impact Award aims to help promote awareness of dialogue in public society, to enhance social harmony and civic cultural literacy through consolidated skills such as focusing, listening and inclusiveness.

Organizations and institutions that received the Dialogue Impact Awards include:

 

Gold Award recipients

CommonWealth Parenting “EDU TALK 100” / CommonWealthGroup/CommonWealth Parenting
Friendly dialogue for Dementia Patients / Department of Health, New Taipei City Government
Story opens up the dialogue of our lives / Dr. Tsen-Yung Wang, Graduate Institute of Social Work, National Chengchi University

Silver Award Recipients

5-month cross-department dialogue exercises / Zhi Shan Foundation
Badland old trails as dialogue strategies for in-depth experiential, cross-participatory and discovering local identities / Dr. Hsiu-Tzu Chang, Department of Urban Planning, National Cheng Kung University
Practice and deepening of self-regulation and accountability in Taiwan’s NPOs / Taiwan NPO Self-Regulations Alliance
Dialogue with Time, Taichung Exhibition / Taiwan Active Aging Association

 

Bronze Award Recipients

Non-conventional Agile Management Practice / Titansoft Pte. Ltd.
Agility Project / Agile Community Taiwan
JUST FEEL Compassionate Communication on Campus / JUST FEEL

 

The culture of dialogue can be used for formal and informal communication. In meetings or discussions inside the organization, dialogues should reflect on the following 4 core elements:

  1. Empathic listening - listen without interruption when someone is stating his or her views
  2. Equality - value inputs from all participants
  3. Surfacing the assumptions - in explaining a person’s own views or offering suggestions, first disclose the assumptions of the viewpoint
  4. Re-stating - inquiry (clarify issues with open questions), suspending judgments (let go of one’s judgments) and the ability to state one’s viewpoint clearly

Senior media expert Lan Hsuan points out that, while the Internet makes the world more accessible, people tend to stay in their comfort zones. So instead of being globalized, we seem to have moved back to a tribal culture that is closely knitted on the inside but reserved toward the outside world. Language should be a tool to understand others. But without trust, language becomes something with potential to create conflict, hatred and suspicion. By building a wall that blocks away outside world, dialogues become difficult. This is a severe challenge faced by Taiwan’s society right now.

Audrey Tang, Minister without Portfolio at Executive Yuan, states the starting point of a dialogue is mutual trust. Goals would come after that. Tang feels dialogue impact is a form of social innovation. We all experience times when we are excluded by people of different views. That means the purpose of dialogues is not what is being said but what can be achieved when people with different views come together. Open participation is the foundation of social progress.

Jorie Wu, CEO of CP Yen Foundation explains, facilitation the culture of dialogue on the personal, organizational, and societal level requires the awareness and skills on the personal level as well participatory mechanism and culture on the organizational level to preserve the spirit and practice of dialoguing. CP Yen Foundation will continue to organize Dialogue Impact Award to help the facilitation process in improving the quality of dialogues and substance of information. Dialogue is also possible even in organizations where decisions are made by a small number of executives. Dialogues can add innovation and cohesiveness to the decision. Dialogues can also be used for public issues across departments, ethnicity, and countries to solve the issues and bring changes. The basic elements of a dialogue - equality, empathic listening, and surfacing the assumptions are also parts of the UN Sustainable Development Goals: #4 quality education, #5 gender equality,  #10 reduced inequalities, #16 peace, justice and strong institutions, and #17 partnerships. To achieve the UN sustainable development goals, it is clear that collaboration and dialogues of multiple stakeholders are needed.

 

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