While linking and regular circle meetings with all circle members are ideal, there are other ways of making sure information can flow within and between groups. Come up with a system that effectively carries information into the general membership – some organizations use newsletters, posters, open meetings etc.
For hearing individuals, circles can consider surveys, hearings, or salons.
For uninvolved individuals, a proxy system where someone else stands in for a circle member. For example, if that person is unable to attend circle meetings due to scheduling or emotional issues, another person can meet with them directly and act as their proxy in circle meetings.