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Hello all, As we transition into a world with a more limited ability to meet in person due to Coronovirus, I wanted to tap back into the Art of Hosting network for ideas or suggestions of virtual…Continue
Started by Gill Cassar in Questions meet wisdom Mar 2.
I wasn't sure where to post this and I'm not sure it qualifies as exciting new developments but here goes...I've been researching and networking within the social innovations lab scene and I've found…Continue
Started by Ria Baeck in Questions meet wisdom Jan 7, 2019.
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
Posted 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