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Hosting 201: Deepening Your Art of Hosting Practice

When: October 23-24, 2014
Thursday: 9:30 arrival and continental breakfast;
10:00 am – 5:00 pm program
Friday: 8:00 am arrival and continental breakfast;
8:30 – 3:30 pm program

Where: 1100 NBeech Street, Suite 12A, Normal, IL

Who: AoH practitioners who want to deepen their skill.

This learning experience is an opportunity to deepen your art of hosting practice. Hosting is considered a practice because it requires intentional and ongoing effort to be skillful. We will explore key concepts, skills, and practices related to each of the first three folds of the 4-Fold Practice Model: Hosting yourself (knowing yourself and being present), being hosted (being skillful at conversation), and hosting others (creating the conditions for collective wisdom, shared understanding, deep engagement, and wise coordinated action).

  • Explore the inner work of being a host

  • Examine how your beliefs about leadership influence your hosting practice

  • Learn key dialogue concepts and skills that shift conversations in productive ways

  • Identify essential ways of thinking, being, and doing that are central for hosting

 


Cancellation policy

30 days notice: Full refund less $15 processing fee; 29-15 days notice: 50% refund of registration fee or 100% of registration can be applied to another workshop offering; 0-14 days notice: No refund. Registration fee may be applied to another workshop offering. 

Location

Normandy Village 1100 N. Beech Street, Suite 12A, Normal, IL, 60554, United States Get Directions

Organizer

Your Learning Host: Christina Foster is a process artist, learning facilitator, thought partner, and concept developer who supports groups’ innate capacity to think, learn, and innovate together. Central to her approach is Participatory Leadership, Strategic Dialogue, and other change processes that engage groups in meaningful conversations and collective learning that can lead to Collaborative Innovation and action. Christina is a steward of the Illinois Art of Hosting Community of Practice. www.fosterwhatmatters.com

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