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The Art of Hosting & Harvesting conversations that matter
3rd, 4th & 5th February 2016 Venue in Sydney area to be advised
How can we navigate complexity and craft sustainable
What is the Art of Hosting & Harvesting conversations that matter?
The Art of Hosting is a highly effective way of harnessing the collective wisdom and self-organizing capacity of groups of any size. Based on the assumption that people give their energy and lend their resources to what matters most to them in work as in life the Art of Hosting blends a suite of powerful conversational processes to invite people to step in and take charge of the challenges facing them. Purpose:
The purpose of this training is to gather people longing to find new ways of working collaboratively, to move beyond hero leadership towards a participatory approach, which involves everyone in the creation of the solution. About the workshop:
This is an introductory workshop about skill building, practicing and exploring participatory leadership approaches and concepts. Over the 3 days you will: Experience a rich participatory learning environment, hosted by a team
of international, interstate and local practitioners with extensive and diverse experience.
Explore hosting conversations as a core leadership practice and skill
sets for leading change in complex systems. Develop knowledge and competence in interactive processes that
support participatory leadership, Open Space Technology - Appreciative Inquiry - Circle - World Caf - Pro-action Caf.
Discover frameworks and process design tools such as: Chaordic
Design - Theory U Organisational Paradigm and Living System designs. Have the opportunity to invite others to assist you to work on your own
change ideas and projects. Whether your interest lies in policy or national initiatives, local community or personal growth, business change or movement building, youll be surprised what can be achieved when you call on the wisdom of others.
Who should attend?
People, who manage teams, work across large systems, lead change, conduct community consultations or are involved in sector development like:
Managing directors & senior leaders Project Managers & team leaders Change makers, artists and storytellers/journalists External & internal Consultants Those working in NGOs or community Teachers & school administrators Parents Students and youth leaders Citizens
James Ede Consultant, Status Flow, Copenhagen
Stephen Duns CEO, Australasian Sonographer Assoc, Victoria
Ann Madsen Consultant, Status Flow, Copenhagen
Linette Harriot Independent Consultant, Victoria
Dee Brooks Director, Jeder, New South Wales
Penny Hamilton Strategic Partnerships Manager, UnitingCare Community, Qld
(For detailed bios go to www.jeder.com.au )
Wednesday 3rd February 2016 8.30am Coffee& registration 9.00am Start 5.00pm Finish
Thursday 4th February 9.00am Start 5.00pm Finish Friday 5th February 9.00am Start 5.00pm Finish Location
Sydney based venue to be advised
Early bird: $660 + GST (for paid registrations by 3 December) Full price: $730 + GST Concession: $365 + GST
Places are limited. Register now! Go to www.jeder.com.au Registrations will close 12 January 2016 Questions? For more information contact: Dee Brooks: [email protected] or call 0403 330 932 Linette Harriott: [email protected] or call 0458 525 924 Penny Hamilton: [email protected] or call 0457 896 062