A circle has a "name" and a "short name". The short name is the one that shows up on the Org Chart, to save space. These two different names are modified in different ways.
Changing the Circle's Name
The circle's name is usually modified through a Governance meeting in the super-circle. (The super-circle is the next largest circle, which contains the circle you're trying to modify. For the anchor circle, the largest circle, there's a different procedure, explained at the end of this article.)
Step 1: Go to the circle's super-circle and open a Governance Meeting.
Step 2: Add an agenda item and choose Add/Edit Role.
Step 3: In the list of roles, find the circle whose name you want to change, and make the change there. (Premium orgs may also use Asynchronous Governance Proposals to do the same thing.)
Changing the Circle's Short Name
You can change the circle's "short name" by using the three-dots icon that appears after the circle's name on the circle page. Select "Edit Circle Settings" and then make the desired changes.
Only the Circle Lead/Lead Link, Secretary, or your organization's GlassFrog Admins can do this.
Changing the name of the Anchor circle
For the largest circle, aka the Anchor circle, the three-dots icon is where you change both the full name and the short name.
Choose "Rename Role" and then update those as you please. Only the Circle Lead/Lead Link, Secretary, or your organization's GlassFrog Admins can do this.