The Art of Participatory Leadership training Learn & practice how to create a collective sense-making process
What if I told you that there is a way to avoid another boring meeting, another painful process of decision making or an unnecessary chaos evolving around a process being held within a large group? And all of that could be done not by ignoring the need, but through responding the need in a different way than the common one?
The Art of Participatory Leadership (also known as Art of Hosting) approach is a suite of powerful conversational processes to invite people to step in and take charge of the challenges facing them. Organizations and large groups using the Art of Participatory Leadership as a common practice report better decision making, effective and efficient capacity building and a greater ability to quickly respond to challenges and change.
Whether you are facing an organizational transformation or working on a project which requires a strong team engagement – learning and practicing some of the Art of hosting methodologies could highly benefit the process and enhance your ability to mobilize the people involved in it.
A few examples of the Art of Participatory Leadership practices:
Open Space technology
Collective Story Harvest
Design for Wiser Action