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Holacracy vs. Sociocracy | Jan Höglund's Blog

I have written book reviews of Brian Robertson’s new book on Holacracy and Gerard Endenburg’s first book on Sociocracy. Robertson’s book was published in 2015. Endenburg’s book was originally published in Dutch in 1981. Here’s my comparison between Holacracy® and sociocracy together with my conclusions:

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How to be positive at work and make your life easier | Distilled

How to be positive at work and make your life easier | Distilled | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it

This isn't the typical type of post you might find on Distilled’s blog. I’ve always been a glass half full person but the honest answer is that my positive attitude is a result of listening, learning, testing and being open to the world. I’m going to give you my approach to being positive at work. It didn’t happen overnight; it took time and practice. You’ve got to want to be positive! The more you feed your mind with positive thoughts, the more you can attract great things into your life. Roy T. Bennett I’m going to tell you the things I do, hopefully, you’ll want to try a few!

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Mindmapping in OneNote

In this video, I show you how to create a mindmap in OneNote. You can use your stylus on a device or use the desktop draw function - I show you both ways. Li...
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Virtual action learning - distance learning with Action Learning Assoicates

Virtual action learning - distance learning with Action Learning Assoicates | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
Take part in action learning sets with participants from remote locations, save, time & travel costs and bring remote teams together for professional growth...
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9 design thinking tools to try with your team | Inside Design Blog

9 design thinking tools to try with your team | Inside Design Blog | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
Design thinking isn’t just a time when everyone gets together in a room and thinks really hard about design solutions. It’s actually an iterative process made up of five phases, and with each phase comes important tools and apps to help you succeed.
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Action Learning Key Performance Indicators – Jyler

Action Learning Key Performance Indicators – Jyler | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
Action Learning Reports What exactly is the last education you may well recall taking? Did it have been class which made you feel tired after that? Action learning is actually the technique which instructors can potentially apply to create engaging training or class for individuals. Action learning will be conducted in person, in person at physical site, or maybe using the internet. In team ambiance, one could get going with the workout off along with a standard dilemma and even present a problem to group to find the thought processes beginning. In that case, the team may have discussion, and also by utilizing effective listening exciting through group, they may set out to brainstorm to come up with more questions and in addition various choices. The teacher of the training has contributed as an instructor onto the sideline, offering reassurance and direction. As being the group works together, they could likewise think of points that have been mentioned creating a main concern list. 
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The Art of Hosting Spirited Dialogue

The Art of Hosting Spirited Dialogue | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it

Reconciliation, climate change, how to work together respectfully and creatively, how to steward our land and resources, what to do with our waste…all complex and potentially divisive issues!  If you’d like to hone your skills for leading people into meaningful and impactful conversations, the Art of Hosting Spirited Dialogue (also called the Art of Participatory Leadership) provides a unique and experiential training opportunity to connect in new ways, strengthen relationships and ensure that every voice is heard. To learn more about The Art of Hosting, google artofhosting.org When? October 17 – 19, 2018, 9 am to 5pm  Where? Kwanlin Dunn Conference Centre, Whitehorse, Yukon 

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Open Space Technology - Collaborate with purpose - Stormz

Open Space Technology - Collaborate with purpose - Stormz | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
The Open Space Technology (OST) is an approach to purpose-driven leadership, including a way for hosting meetings, open forum, conferences and community summit events.
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Art of Hosting Returns! 

Art of Hosting Returns!  | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
The Art of Hosting is once again happening in Denver, Colorado this November 29 - December 1st. More information regarding Early Bird Registration, Location and more inside the newsletter.
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Introduction to Appreciative Inquiry

Introduction to Appreciative Inquiry | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it

p-pre’ci-ate,v. 1. valuing; the act of recognizing the best in people or the world around us; affirming past and present strengths, successes, and potentials; to perceive those things that give life (health, vitality, excellence) to living systems 2. to increase in value, e.g. the economy has appreciated in value.

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Are You Asking the Right Questions? Podcast with Robyn Stratton-Berkessel 

Are You Asking the Right Questions? Podcast with Robyn Stratton-Berkessel  | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
Do people have a voice in your workplace? In this podcast with Robyn Stratton-Berkessel we explore how positivity can be improved in workplaces by using participative approaches like Appreciative Inquiry and how leaders can learn to feel confident about these generative approaches.
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Special Event: Otto Scharmer

Special Event: Otto Scharmer | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
De invloedrijke MIT-professor en leiderschapsdenker Otto Scharmer geeft op uitnodiging van de Iona Stichting en The School of Life een lezing over de nieuwste inzichten op het gebied van zijn beroemde Theory U.
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#10 Elizabeth Williams – Theory U, Communication and Collaboration –

#10 Elizabeth Williams – Theory U, Communication and Collaboration – | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
Theory U – an offgrid and connected theory? Elizabeth Williams works with multidisciplinary, multi-interest groups of people to help them find common ground, energy and direction.
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Appreciative Inquiry and Organisational Change | The Blogger's Human Resource and Culture Blog

TTC Special Event – Positive approaches to organisational change with Sarah Lewis (UK) – Monday 1 December 2014, TasTAFE. source
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Appreciative inquiry as a futures tool –

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Appriciative Inquiry is a neglected futures tool. In this Tools for Hope interview Tricia Lustig and Martin Hazell explain how they use it.
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Will be using appreciative inquiry as a tool for one of the projects that we are currently working on. It is our first time to use it but I am excited of the potential outcomes for growth and development of everyone involved.
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Liberating Structures - 25. Open Space Technology

Liberating Structures - 25. Open Space Technology | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
liberating structures, social invention.net, microstructures, disruptive innovation, behavior change, collaboration, social invention, diffusion of innovation, strategy, transformation, heuristics, complexity science, emergence...
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The Art of Hosting & harvesting conversations that matter Tickets, Mon, 05/11/2018 at 9:00 am

The Art of Hosting & harvesting conversations that matter Tickets, Mon, 05/11/2018 at 9:00 am | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
How can we nurture more meaningful conversations?
The Art of Hosting and harvesting conversations that matter: is a highly effective way of harnessing the collective wisdom and self-oganizing capacity of groups of any size.
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Holding Space: Some principles of facilitating group dialogue | Art for Social Change

There are many ways of structuring public meetings and conversations. Some have brand names—Open Space, World Café, The Art of Hosting, etc. Others have evolved from a particular individual’s or organization’s experience. It makes sense to draw from whatever sources you wish to find techniques—formats, exercises, prompts, etc.—that fit the needs of a particular gathering. But in my experience, technique is not as important as understanding and practicing core principles that cultivate openness, equity, inclusion, transparency, and honest dialogue. Here are some I’ve found to be especially important.  

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Introducing Appreciative Inquiry into the Australian Department of Defence: Research and Reflections

Introducing Appreciative Inquiry into the Australian Department of Defence: Research and Reflections | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
The Australian Department of Defence is undergoing substantial reform, including a focus on evolving its workplace culture. Appreciative Inquiry is a tool that may be able to assist Defence; however Appreciative Inquiry has never before been applied in the DoD, so a pilot study was recently...
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Appreciative Inquiry: What Are You Waiting For? - Blog - Be More Effective

Appreciative Inquiry: What Are You Waiting For? - Blog - Be More Effective | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
It’s widely felt that failed attempts by organizations to change is due largely to the resistance from those at the bottom of the organization.Even if it was true, and there is good reason to doubt it, hardly anyone a...
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Action Learning Associates Newsletter July 2018

Action Learning Associates Newsletter July 2018 | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
Action versus procrastination Do you ever wish you could take decisions faster, and act on your wish list of things you’d like to do? For many of us, it’s uncertainty about what to expect that holds us back, yet if we push ourselves forward we very rarely regret it. If action learning has been on your list for sometime, maybe our most recently published articles, with contributions from past participants will help. Or why not join in our next action learning live webinar, to find out more and participate in the question and answer session? Read on to find out more.
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Introduction to 'Appreciative Inquiry'. on

This is "Introduction to 'Appreciative Inquiry'." by Valtech on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
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Appreciative Inquiry Summits Kick off in Pokhara | theerips.com

Appreciative Inquiry Summits Kick off in Pokhara | theerips.com | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it

hare via: 24 Shares Two days Appreciative Inquiry Summit for positive youth Development has been kicked off in the yard of Fewa Lake and Mt. Fishtail. The summit is organized by Hotel Raniban Arcade Pokhara as a part of corporate social responsibility in collaboration with Eastern Research Institute of Positive Science (ERIPS). The hotel has initiated the Raniban Foundation for contributing on social welfare. Mr. Bhimsen Bhujel the chairperson of Hotel Raniban Arcade and Raniban Foundation, and Mr. Dipendra Shrestha the chairperson of Federation of Nepalese Journalist Kaski jointly inaugurated the summit by lighting the lamp in the seminar hall of Hotel Raniban Arcade Pokhara.  Mr. Hari Bhujel, the president of TAAN Pokhara and Mr. Radha Krishna Lamichhane, the executive member of Imagine Nepal, addressed the inaugural session.  Young entrepreneurs representing various business have been participating in the Summit.

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Appreciative Inquiry and Shared Values: A Case Study | Published in Journal of New Librarianship

Appreciative Inquiry and Shared Values: A Case Study | Published in Journal of New Librarianship | Art of Hosting | Scoop.it
By Joan Ruelle. The author offers an example of using an appreciative inquiry framework to intentionally articulate shared values to actively cultivate trust and foster a nimble, dare-to-fail organizational culture.
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