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Please indicate your World Café experience (ONLY IF YOU HAVE ACTUAL WORLD CAFE EXPERIENCE) in one or more of the following roles:
Host, Participant
If you are new to the World Cafe, would you please share how you heard about this community?
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What field is the primary focus of your World Café work (ONLY CHECK AREAS WHERE YOU ARE ALREADY ACTIVELY USING WORLD CAFE PLEASE)?
Government, Community
What knowledge, skills or resources would you like to contribute to the World Café community to help it grow and flourish?
Application in difficulty community processes
What would you most like to receive from this community?
Skills, insight, wisdom, experience
Would you like to share a Web or Blog address?
http://www.thechinookinstitute.org

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At 9:21pm on November 7, 2009, John Inman said…
John if you have captured the content that you hoped to capture, then you can keep or discard the artwork etc. If something is excellent and you have digitally, you can use in publications or presentations. If it is something that warrants posting, maybe create an art wall or another presentation with some of the materials. Let you imagination go wild. Ask your participants. I hope that this is getting us closer to your question.

John
At 10:53am on November 7, 2009, John Inman said…
John it depends on the purpose of your session. Once you harvest the ideas generated in the cafe, there are a variety of things that you can do. If it is strategic planning, move into a process to prioritize and define the opportunities. If used for a focus group, use to provide feedback. If generative use to decide the next step in the community. If used for healing, go on into the next phase of your process using what you have harvested. One way or another, further conversation around what you have co-generated will be important.

John
At 8:12am on November 7, 2009, John Inman said…
I am with you John. Great to connect and I look forward to many more conversations.
 
 
 

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