As the 2nd UMN Art of Hosting Community of Practice co-learning gathering this school year, about 15 of us gathered in Walter Library on January 15th to hear stories of our colleagues incorporating hosting practices and ...
Visual Facilitator and Visual Harvester Martine Vanremoortele founded Visual Harvesting.com early 2010. She's an experienced visual facilitator for creative and strategy sessions, participative processes and large group interventions.
In the Art of Hosting community over the past two years a group of practitioners have developed a tool called the Collective Story Harvest. I’ve used it several times and it’s a powerful and useful way to rapidly learn from the stories in the room.
Central to good process design is understanding what needs to be captured for posterity – documented or recorded in a way that serves the purpose of the work. In the Art of Hosting Conversations that Matter, we call this harvesting.
Since 2007 when Monica Nissen, Silas Lusias and I sat down at Phil and Laura Cass’s kitchen table to write up our thinking on the Art of Harvesting I have been a keen student of the art and practice of meaning making, sensing, visualizing and...
It will be about: The Art of Participatory Leadership … through the Art of Hosting and Harvesting Conversations that matter. In Mikkeli, Otavan Opisto from 6th to 8th of May. The registration is now open.
in the Art of Hosting world we put a lot of emphasis on the Art of Harvesting. Locally, Amanda Fenton has been paying attention to this practice a lot and is harvesting tons about hosting and harvesting on her blog, which is worth a regular read.
Big feeling of transition this week in Slovenia. On arrival there was a question “What brought you here?” and I had to stand between a space of people coming for the relationships and the ones in a crossroad.
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