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From the emaillist, May 2015.Dear AoH colleagues, During the writing of my dissertation I sought to develop a list of principles and values that reflect both an Art of Hosting and relational…Continue
from the emaillist, June 2015:Friends,I am hosting a short series of World Cafe sessions where the topics/questions between the sessions do not change, but the attendees do. This was a choice made by…Continue
from the emaillist, May 2015:Dear friends! I’ve been following the threads of many interesting conversations here on the list. I think this is the first time I will jump into this well of abundance…Continue
Copied over from the Facebook group, March 2015:Really interesting keynote by Dave Snowden on Complexity and the Cynfin Framework - Definitely challenges some of the methodological frames that often…Continue
You must be aware of the fact that team building activities are highly important to enhance the productivity of a workforce. Unless a team is able to connect, it is difficult for them to reach out to each other with problems or queries. Therefore, an organization should concentrate on effective and fun team building activities that are effective both in terms of budget and time.
In fact, corporate team building…Continue
Posted by Eric Danielson on June 18, 2015 at 8:00am
In the Engagement Circles and World Cafes I facilitate, a recurring pattern is emerging. This pattern is a weave of two threads. The first thread carries with it the desire we have to bring our humanity to our organizations and our work…Continue
Posted by Howard Stanten on April 9, 2015 at 10:18am