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Hello AoH mates,We've came out of our first AoH gathering and our group of 11 apprentices will be debreifing the event. We would like to go a bit deeper than the basic what went well and what could…Continue
Hi thereIn one of the email threads I receive I read that there are quite a few people in the AoH community who are intentionally homeless nomads, travelling between countries to carry out this…Continue
2 weeks ago, I was in Totnes, UK for attending a Transition Town Launch Training.
I stayed in Totnes the week after the training and participated in Transition Town Totnes and Schumacher College events and activities.
Here is a pattern reflection of my stay there using the Groupworks Pattern Language Card…Continue
From the email list March 2013...
I don’t know if the woman who wrote this article is part of Art of Hosting. But I found this article from Zocalo Public Square hilarious. What a brilliant way of using a current event to spread awareness of good group process! It’s not about AoH per se. But she does suggest the cardinals start by building relationships and ask new, provocative questions. She has them tell stories and think together in world café. My favorite line is how…Continue
Posted by Amanda Fenton on March 25, 2013 at 12:59am