Hello friends,Attached is a recent harvest done by Karen Lewis - which combines many of the concepts featured in our workbook and also an evocative harvest of our flow through the three days. Hope…Continue
Leadership for change cannot be separated from social justice and equity. The complex challenges of our times demand multifaceted and complex responses. NAIS invites you to a three-day leadership workshop building our capacity to lead change that lasts toward greater social justice and equity in independent schools. We will learn new methodologies, models, and practices to build greater engagement and participation into our systems change and social transformation efforts.See More
This Art of Hosting training is geared for folks who are making strategic change in their organization or systems. We believe that leaders exist - and can make change - at every level of an organization. So, whatever your position or work, please join us if you are interested in: Increasing your capacity in bringing people together to think strategically, take action, and move forward on tough issuesTransforming yourself and the systems you work inThree days of learning, connection, & funSee More
This particular Art of Hosting will offer all the richness of a typical Art of Hosting as well as involve an embodiment component. With local Social Presencing Theatre practitioner, Heidi Madsen, we will integrate different ways of knowing and listening into our conversational work. This is an AoH plus! We’ll learn about hosting conversation and we’ll use embodiment practices to have fun and learn the information in a new and deeper way.See More
"Hi all... I participated in the Art of Participatory Leadership in NYC in 2010. For those of you who may be wanting to add a new bundle to your medicine baskets, you may be interested in a 3-day deep dive in NYC, April 17-19, on Dynamic Inquiry that…"
"Hello NYC Art of Hosting/Participatory Leadership pracitioners! I was blessed to discover and participate in AOH trainings while living in Madison, WI in 2012 and 2013 and was part of a vibrant weekly Circle practice for 1.5 years there before…"
"Hi friends, for those of you in the Eastern US, there is a new AoH offering coming up in October 28-30, 2014 in North Conway, New Hampshire - a residential training on Human Potential and Collaborative Leadership with a new local team. Jerry…"
How did you learn about Art of Hosting (please add the date and place) and what attracted you to it?
I first experienced the Art of Hosting in November 2006 in Boulder, Colorado. Since then, I have been fortunate enough to develop my own practice within a supportive environment with many other practitioners. I steward AoH practice both within my home community and the larger AoH community.