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AoH Southern Africa

What is the quest? To enable, stimulate and steward a vibrant community of practitioners that learns, supports each other (it is kind to ask for help), practices and creates together. Or in other words: To create a Field of Practice

Location: South Africa
Members: 14
Latest Activity: May 23, 2014

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Art of Participatory Leadership Johannesburg 20th-22nd of October 2010 2 Replies

Here you can find some of the harvesting from Art of Participatory Leadership in Johannesburg the 20th- 22nd of October 2010. Enjoy:What could the Art of Hosting Community in Southern Africa also…Continue

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Started by Nanna Frank. Last reply by Benjamin Aaron Degenhart Nov 22, 2010.

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Comment by Therese Gerber on September 27, 2011 at 11:16pm

Hi everyone,

I am a South African expat currently living in Australia but am very interested what's happening around the AoH back home.

Nice to 'meet' you all.


Comment by Tenneson Woolf on November 15, 2010 at 5:59pm

Nice Nathan.

The attached is a harvest page from AoH Arnprior, last month in Ontario. The story behind it (not explicit in the harvest) is from my local community here in Utah (where we just had Edgard Gouveia Jr. offer a workshop on play / playshop on work). A few principles on the harvest sheet that have supported us.
Comment by Nathan Daniel Heller on November 15, 2010 at 9:54am
Thank You Tennesson. Indeed the intentional stewardship of sustainable fields of connection is what is required to keep the call strong and for those new to the practice to know there is a community of support for continued growth through practice.

Like you iterated in Karlskrona: not just critical mass; critical connection.
Comment by Tenneson Woolf on November 10, 2010 at 1:07am
Beautiful to see this Nathan. I'm finding a lot of my attention is now going into starting and nurturing communities of practice. In the last 3-4 AoHs that I've been in, this has been explicit from the beginning.

I'm also giving my local community quite a bit of attention this way. Great to feel us applying what we know together to support our local work and a shift in leadership culture.

Yes to that field, and to the learning together of field building.

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