Guest post — “The Handbook on the Agreements Evidence Map”

Guest post by Eyal Drimmer, Certified Vibrancy Guide

In an online, collaborative process, several members of the global Vibrancy network enriched an initial draft of the Handbook on the Agreements Evidence Map with their own experiences and thoughts.  I have finalized the first version of the handbook, which you can download here. 

Because the collaborators edited the draft of the handbook anonymously, I want to thank you in this way for your contributions to the process!

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