I will be having one hour next week at the Hub Berlin's Change Days to introduce people to the AoH: http://www.berlinchangedays.com/
Any best practices, ideas, questions that would help me to design this session?
Thanks for your thoughts...
Here's what I usually do with an hour:
Basically we can do a little teaching depending on context and then some conversation.
1. Teaching: If the context is looking at the role of hosting to hold uncertain futures or present fear, a little teaching on the Chaordic Path usually gets people interested. From there I might teach a few polarities: chaos and order, talk and action, reflection and motion, so on and so forth. If the context is that we want to bring more relational work to our field, then my initial teaching piece will be my model of work, relationship and co-learning font color="#0000FF">http://chriscorrigan.com/parkinglot/?p=1568
> . If I am talking about the actual practice and art of hosting, then I like to cover off the four fold practice. It is basically the essential stuff.
2. The second part of the hour would be a conversation. If we are small, a little circle to talk about need for explore the art of hosting together would be nice. I like the "What time is it in this place?" question or any other check-in question relevant to the context. We might end that round with an exploration of what we want to learn together...
That might be the way I'd do it.