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