Dear Nancy, Thank you for your warm welcome. Yes, small world! I'm guessing we have shared friends and community in Boston. I am not there a lot these days ... and I love the idea of reigniting AoH in Boston. Warm regards, Robin
Merci pour ce message de bienvenue qui me stimule.
Je fais suite et vais rejoindre les groupes francophones et anglophones.
Question: quelles sont les principaux 'besoins' de Art of Hosting aujourd'hui pour continuer le travail et recherches déjà entamés? Par example, promotion active sur les réseaux sociaux personnels (à travers mes comptes FB, LinkedIn, Tweet etc, participation active aux événements en ligne et/ou en personne...).
Disposant de quelques heures par semaines, je souhaiterais focaliser mon apport là où il serait le plus bénéfique pour la communauté AoH.
Restant à votre/ta disposition par mail et téléphone/Skype pour toute information complémentaire pouvant faciliter une réponse.
Hello, Nancy! Thank you for the warm welcome. Just posted a recent snapshot. Not certain if it "landed" as my profile picture. My friend Jeremy has said that his first AoH training was the most remarkable of his life. I look forward to a similar experience!
Thank you for your welcome message. It was really nice. I already put my photo in the profile so everybody can see me! i hope i can share a lot with all of you and expect to learn a lot to. The 1st AoH in Portugal was amazing!
Thank you for your welcome. I just got a Masters degree in leadership, and I started doing workshops for a company in the social services sector. I have done about a dozen workshops, using various techniques. Now, the client wants me to help implementing the changes. That entails a different set of tools. Going forward, I want to specialize in collaborative models, such as the liberating structures of Lipmanowicz and McCandless. It is good to find a group of practitioners, active it hosting meaningful conversations. Salut, Labrie
Hi Nancy. I am just delighted to have finally found my way to this page. And similarly delighted to meet you here too. :) My path here has been a little bit of hit and miss. I'm still very active with the Participatory Leadership network at the Commission (lots of interesting things happening), but I was recently approached (via Rainer) by two girls in Latvia who are interested in creating an AoH network in Latvia (I may have mentioned that this has been a dream of mine, so I am happy that this opportunity has come up). So, on top of thinking about the things we could discuss next week, I thought I would have a look at the AoH Australia network - and, bingo, here I am. Looking terrifically interesting.