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Special Training Event – New York, New York

by Amanda on December 11, 2009

Open Space is a remarkably simple process which like all things simple needs a special capacity to teach. I did the course many years ago and it is still one of my all time favourite experiences enhanced by the generosity and wisdom of three very special people. Karen Davis is equally one of my all time favourite people and someone who comes to mind frequently as friend, colleague and mentor.

If you have any inclination to broaden and deepen your skills in leadership, mediation, building joint responsibility, then this is worth the effort and the investment many times over.

Hat tip to NYC-DR ListServe

OPENING SPACE for PEACE and HIGH PERFORMANCE
15-18 January 2010
New York City

Rarely, if ever, have the peoples of this planet had greater need for both Peace and High Performance – whether as individuals, organizations, communities or nations.

This is an opportunity to enhance leadership for High Performance, to deepen your Practice of Peace, and to learn about facilitating Open Space
Technology.

You are welcome for all four days or only one day on 18 January 2010.

Hosts:   Harrison Owen, the originator of Open Space Technology,
with Karen Davis and Ralph Copleman

Contact:  Karen Davis at kdavis@concentric.net

2 comments
Tammy Lenski
Tammy Lenski

Open Space Technology is well worth learning! I've conducted a number of OST events over the years as part of my portfolio of services and each and every one of them has been a powerful testament to the ways creativity and thinking can be unleashed with self-organized groups.

MediationTimes
MediationTimes

I couldn't agree more Tammy! It is perfect for projects, reorganization, resource planning, long running disputes where there are many stakeholders. I never cease to be delighted at the imagination and creativity generated by this process. As Harrison Owen often says: the planet has been self-organizing for billions of years and rather well.

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