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Open Space on Open Space 2010

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Open Space on Open Space 2010

Time: January 15, 2010 at 5pm to January 17, 2010 at 5pm
Location: Fort Mason in San Francisco
Event Type: conference, on-in-about, the, dialogue, method, of, open, space
Organized By: Jeff Aitken, Kaliya Hamlin, Lisa Heft and Heidi Nobantu Saul
Latest Activity: Dec 16, 2009

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What are the possibilities of Open Space, World Cafe and other participant-driven dialogue methods in our lives, organizations and communities? What capacities and tools do we need, to move to the next level with this work? Let's gather and learn from one another.

Jeff Aitken, Kaliya Hamlin, Lisa Heft and Heidi Nobantu Saul invite you to...

Open Space on Open Space (OSonOS) 2010

This is not a workshop.
It is for people who already know and use Open Space to dive a bit deeper -- where the newly trained and the longtime practitioners will share our excitement, encouragement, trials and errors -- and explore how we use these remarkable organizational and community-building processes such as Open Space.

in San Francisco, California, USA

January 15 through January 17, 2010

- - Casual gathering to meet old and new friends and colleagues - Friday, January 15 - then dinner on your own

- - Open Space on Open Space - Saturday, January 16, and Sunday, January 17

- - (included in the registration fee, Saturday and Sunday breakfast nibbles and lunches - join us to create a ‘pot luck’ dinner on Saturday evening)

Space is limited - we have a few more openings. To Register: Contact now for more information and a registration form. We would appreciate your registration form no later than January 5.

See you there!
Jeff, Kaliya, Lisa and Heidi

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