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.
Nancy I would be very curios to understand how you co-create interculturality. I also organize group workshop on this topic in Asia and I would love to try other approach more co-created.
I will participate to an art of hosting 3 days training in may and I am thrilled about of it but if you would like to share some tips it would be great. Thanks! Giorgia
Hi Nancy, thanks so much for the welcome. I am interested in any programs/sessions in Singapore. I have been in the UK in a program and the Art of Hosting was mentioned as a great program to deepen what I will be bringing to clients in areas of critical analysis. If you know of any, please let me know. I was hoping to do last Octobers program but was out of town on those dates. Thanks!
Thank you for the lovely welcome. The sessions were really moving, very emotional and lots of passion. It sounds cliché but it really changed my perspective on quite a lot of issues and also my work and even my life.