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Art of Participatory Leadership and other related topic: Action learning, Open Space Technology, Theory U, Mind Mapping, etc.
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NYC Art of Hosting - related trainings

NYC Art of Hosting - related trainings | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
#NYC Art of Hosting - related trainings coming up Aug 21 & Sept 16-17 http://t.co/sZMRBqbLws Spread the word! both @csiSL
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Redefining Leadership | Future Considerations

Redefining Leadership | Future Considerations | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
Redefining #leadership - tools like World Café and Art of Hosting highlight views which conflict with our own ideas http://t.co/qeIQJUXlvh
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Using Open Space Technology

Using Open Space Technology | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
A post I made to the OSLIST today…
I seek simplicity in trying to describe where and how Open Space does it’s magic.
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Art of Hosting Amsterdam

This is a video of the Art of Hosting training in Amsterdam - by edited by Kim Schimmler More informations under: http://aohamsterdam.weebly.com/
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Art of Hosting - World Cafe - YouTube

The exploration of Art of Hosting techniques continues here with World Cafe, which is a brilliant method of maximizing a group's knowledge via rotating small...
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Let go of the Shore and enter the mainstream #1

Let go of the Shore and enter the mainstream #1 | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
This is the first post in a two part blog on "going mainstream". This one is an overview of some of thoughts and the next blog has some specific learnings that have trained up so far. Part two will...
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NetPublic » L’art d’agir ensemble : Origami créatif pour faire et apprendre en mode collaboratif

NetPublic » L’art d’agir ensemble : Origami créatif pour faire et apprendre en mode collaboratif | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it

Le collectif canadien Percolab travaille sur une thématique qui fait mouche : « Que les organisations s’engagent avec courage, attention et présence dans leur transition vers de nouveaux paradigmes de travail et d’apprentissage ». Il vise à aider les personnes à développer des capacités de participation et de collaboration, d’ouverture et de partage, d’agilité et d’adaptabilité, de créativité et d’expérimentation, de débrouillardise technologique.

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Art of Hosting: Bristol June 2014

Art Hosting Bristol 2014 'what would you do if you believed anything was possible?' All around the world Thanks to Luke Concannon for the music for this video from his give it all album www.lukec...
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Tweet from @KnowmadsNL

Tweet from @KnowmadsNL | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
Day 2, Art of Hosting, @HerlaarRene on "Breath" in the #AoH tools, sharing his #business #innovation experience. http://t.co/RGPRoax04H
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The Art of Hosting

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“If it’s about us, don’t do it without us” We are learning how to design creative learning spaces—at KaosPilots in Arhus, Denmark. Amazingly, we are introduced to the Art of Hosting, a methodology ...
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Art of Hosting Beyond the Basics | Amanda Fenton

Art of Hosting Beyond the Basics | Amanda Fenton | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
Excited to be attending the Art of Hosting Beyond the Basics this September - more here: http://t.co/nOtKgr5ztx #aohlive @AoHBtB
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Art of Hosting Finland - Methods, Questions, People, Thoughts and ...

Art of Hosting Finland - Methods, Questions, People, Thoughts and ... | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
Two weeks ago I had my first Art of Hosting experience. Awesome event, with awesome people! Great way to get new point of views and questions to think of. I also found an inner smile..
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« Découvrir et cultiver l’art d’accueillir des conversations qui comptent », Paris – The Art of Hosting

« Découvrir et cultiver l’art d’accueillir des conversations qui comptent », Paris – The Art of Hosting | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
« Découvrir et cultiver l’art d’accueillir des conversations qui comptent », Paris 16-18 oct. The Art of Hosting #aoh http://t.co/y6xClTZyC6
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Art of Hosting - World Cafe - YouTube

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The Art of Hosting Conversations Edinburgh

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At the Scottish Parliament Event 29 April 2014 we asked how the Art of Hosting might make a difference to Scotland.
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The evolution of my own questions

The evolution of my own questions | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
Tim, Tuesday, Caitlin and I have come through a winter and spring of thinking about, designing and hosting two Art of Hosting Beyond the Basics learning events.  Over 120 people have been with us in...
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Invitation to a Three Day Training

Invitation to a Three Day Training | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
WHAT KIND OF FUTURE DO WE WANT TO CREATE FOR SCOTLAND ? Scotland is awakening. If we are to seize the opportunities emerging in communities, businesses and organisations across the country, now is ...
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THE ART OF HOSTING - KICKING OFF ELA 2014

THE ART OF HOSTING - KICKING OFF ELA 2014 | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
Intentions. Norming. Harvesting. A day with a tight agenda normally leaves little room for people to form authentic connections with one another; but the Ethical Leadership Assembly is anything but...
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Tweet from @HerlaarRene

Tweet from @HerlaarRene | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
Collective story harvesting in progress #aohamsterdam @KnowmadsNL The Art of Hosting meaningful conversations http://t.co/tcr82vORN2
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Building capacity by loosening the reins

Building capacity by loosening the reins | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
Crane Stookey on a kind of “I don’t know” leadership.
To keep the defenses down I rarely give the teenagers in the Sea School crews a straight answer, so that after a while their dependence on me as the “leader” breaks down.
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Restoring Hope – A Story from Slovenia

Restoring Hope – A Story from Slovenia | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
I arrived at Planica, Slovenia, after more than 30 hours of travelling by train and some attempts of hitchhiking, and stepped into a world of possibilities by being an apprentice at the Art of Participatory Leadership Slovenia.
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A great article on Collaborative Leadership

A great article on Collaborative Leadership | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
For the last six months, I have been co-designing and co-hosting the Women & Power Leadership Forum, using collaborative processes based on Art of Hosting principles. Together with Kathy Jourdain (an experienced ...
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(From the article): The single most significant piece of learning for me has been around understanding how vulnerability is the key to success in any collaborative process. We’ve got it all wrong in our work ethos. We believe vulnerability is a weakness. We are afraid to admit we don’t have the answer for fear of being seen as incompetent. Our need to prove our worth and value and the fear of shame all leads to creating separation. What I have found over and over again in my leadership journey is that when I am wiling to be vulnerable, share my true feelings no matter how embarrassing or weak I may be perceived, when I am able to truly listen to feedback and be willing to receive it without taking it personally, these acts are powerful beyond measure. This is a secret superpower that everyone possesses, but not everyone has the courage to enact. It takes a willingness to fail and learn from your mistakes, to risk the shame that comes along with it. But the rewards are bountiful. It’s the quickest route to creating trust in any relationship or group process. It creates an environment where others feel able to open up and share their feelings, stimulating input, ideas and solutions. It allows us to be human, and realize that we are all in this together. It opens up our hearts and reminds us that it’s not about the bottom line, or even the next big idea. It’s about being in relationship; the learning and experiences that show us who we truly are.