Well as the last blog post seems to date back to 2016 I thought I'd add my little piece here too...if only to keep thing current!
I've been researching and networking within the social innovations lab scene and I've found that they tend to rather insular and poor at sharing 'best practice' (i.e. stuff that they have found works) between each other. There are several possible solutions to this but such as developing a stronger sharing culture within and between communities… Continue
Added by Phil Long on March 11, 2019 at 11:29am —
Ruta Jonuseviciute and I like to share the story how we got mates at a training and became buddygurads for each other using AoH Methods. We also found out some guidelines how to buddyguard each other so you never work alone.
Did you ever come back from a training thinking, how can I share my learnings and reflect on what has… Continue
Added by Andreas Giesen on November 27, 2016 at 4:00am —
I am keen to start a listening circle in Bristol (England). Are there any Bristol based people who would like to join in?
Added by Heather Anne on August 26, 2016 at 7:49am —
Some of you have already registered. If you consider joining us for a 3 day intensive training in Lisbon, Portugal on 22-25 September, I'd like to let you know that Early Bird rates will be available until this Friday, June 17th.
This is the very first training in Portugal. Portugal is…
Added by Mira Bangel on June 14, 2016 at 8:00am —
We are hosting a free event on developing the entrepreneurial skills of collaboration and creativity, by playing a fun Monopoly-type board game called FreshBiz. This game was developed in Israel and tests the impact of our actions on others and the benefits of collaborating. We do not charge anything but ask participants to contribute with $10 to any of their… Continue
Added by Federico Renzo Grayeb on June 6, 2016 at 11:30am —
(re-posted from http://joeramsay.com/index.php/2015/06/10/1002/
One of the most important leadership innovations of the last two decades is a model for assessing whether we are working with technical fixes or adaptive challenges. In the complex environment that we are experiencing, we can buy into the idea that everything is an adaptive challenge that requires an adaptive leadership approach. While we do face many… Continue
Added by Joe Ramsay on March 3, 2016 at 10:21am —
A posting that I recently shared on my website:
I have been involved in a leadership role in the United Church of Canada from a very young age. Throughout that time, my participation in communities of faith has provided a container to engage in many, many conversations about things that matter: ideas, emotions,… Continue
Added by Joe Ramsay on February 11, 2016 at 9:29am —
Durante los días 25, 26 y 27 de septiembre disfrutamos de la formación de Art of Hosting en un formato taller residencial en plena naturaleza, en el fértil valle de la Vera (El cielo de la Vera). Nuestra pregunta motor fue:
¿Cómo impulsamos el poder transformador de personas, equipos y organizaciones para crear juntos otro mundo basado en la colaboración y la participación?
Added by Mariana Ruiz de Lobera on October 20, 2015 at 6:05am —
Painting the portrait of a cute pet would be the best ever gift to a pet-lover. If you have a pet and would like to bring it to life on canvas to recreate that love and bond you share, you can try finding professional art classes or exclusive canvas painting classes that can help you create one. When you are in New York, looking for interesting things to do in NYC, such art classes could be the ideal activity, especially… Continue
Added by Eric Danielson on July 20, 2015 at 6:21am —
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
Added 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 places. All of it. Not just the strands that hide… Continue
Added by Howard Stanten on April 9, 2015 at 10:18am —
Health care organizations today are facing enormous challenges, not the least of which is long range planning in the face of acute systemic uncertainty. In the United States, The Affordable Care Act has been praised by some and vilified by others. The fact is the verdict is not yet known. This “not knowing” fuels the rampant uncertainty. Anyone who works on the financial side of health care institutions…
Added by Howard Stanten on December 13, 2014 at 12:56pm —
The Government of Alberta released the work we did with the Northland Community Engagement Team. We worked with the Team of minister appointed First Nation and Metis representatives from communities across northern Alberta, for 9 months in 2011. We visually facilitated while the team reviewed recommendations from the 2009 Inquiry Team, through the lens of "Kids First", and through consensus building… Continue
Added by Robert Benn on November 19, 2014 at 2:00pm —
Regardless of where on the spectrum of formal structure a present day meeting may lie, a simple yet powerful assumption most often hangs in the shadows: “Silence means consent!” These words are specifically spelled out in Robert’s Rules of Order. Even meetings that take place with far less structure and order tend to make this assumption.
“Anyone have anything to add? Any further comments?…..(silence)… Good then, it’s… Continue
Added by Howard Stanten on October 23, 2014 at 8:11pm —
Added by Amanda Fenton on August 20, 2014 at 3:55am —
Midsummer eve in Amsterdam,
Third day of AoH at Knowmads. Enjoying the learnings!
Added by Olivier Winghart on June 20, 2014 at 3:02am —
It is only fair that this post echoed the title of the previous one. After all, it was the root cause of a funny happening.
But i'm getting ahead of myself.
I'm just back from a two days gathering in Bruxelles, bringing together some 70-80 practionners from across the EU Commission and then some. The external practionners were mostly people who have been accompanying the process at the Commission (the usual suspects: Ria, Tatiana, Maria S. from Greece, etc) or have a link with… Continue
Added by François Thunus on May 15, 2014 at 4:04pm —
At Impact Hub Munich we are looking for a new Community Host. I figured the Art of Hosting would be the perfect place to announce the job advert. Here it is. Thanks for reposting and spreading to further Art of Hosting circles. Caspar
The Impact Hub Munich is growing! We are looking for a highly talented person to join our core team Continue
and help us bring our Impact Hub to the next level. Impact Hub Munich is a physical home for a diverse community of entrepreneurs,…
Added by Caspar Siebel on May 8, 2014 at 8:54am —
For many of us, once past the initial woaw of discovering participatory leadership, there comes a time when we despair to make it work - because we soon find out that the rest of the world hasn't caught up with us yet.
Keeping the flame alive is not an easy task, and yet we need to do it because it is the only way forward.
Soon or later, our efforts will pay - we just need to hang on and make sure we're still around when they do.
Here are some… Continue
Added by François Thunus on March 29, 2014 at 6:52am —
do you wish to learn new facilitation or management skills in an international setting?
Allow yourself and the staff of your education organization to inspire and refresh yourselves, your teaching and your collaboration, funded by the new EU Programme Erasmus+:
Team-Strategy: A facilitated strategy-retreat for the future of your organization. For teams from 2 to 8 members. Continue
14th January to 18th January…
Added by Boris Goldammer on March 5, 2014 at 4:00pm —