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September 2009 Blog Posts (3)

2020Vision - A cafe event for business leaders about organsiations in the year 2020

SWAN recently hosted a leaders event called 2020Vision. The intent was to create an 'oasis' from the detail and fear of current times, and raise the eyes (and the game) towards the future.............2020. Even though its only 10 years away it was clear to all who gathered that a quantum shift will have occurred by then. The insights were signficant and you can see some of the slides of one of our icon speakers if you go to our twitter page see SwanConsulting. We are shaping up some resoutces… Continue

Added by Alexandra Smith on September 29, 2009 at 6:28am — 1 Comment

Art of Hosting - in Dresden?

Hello,



after having experienced a small version of a World Café during the "Foundation for Leadership" workshop with Peter Senge the format has struck me through its sheer power of change.



Living in Dresden and very much following a sustainable work and life path I would like to ask whether there is already somebody in Dresden who is interested in doing work around Art of Hosting (which seems to be an essential part of the World Café concept as well)?



Thank you… Continue

Added by Ralf Lippold on September 21, 2009 at 10:57pm — No Comments

World Cafe on environment & energy issues in a suburban community

Hello Community,



I recently started a social network (http://orleansenvironment.ning.com/) on environment & energy issues in Ottawa-Orleans. I would like to use World Cafe as a community exercise to grow the network and to develop some of the core projects in each of the program areas:



(a) reduce footprint,

(b) increase use of alternative energy,

(c) develop technology and employment,

(d)… Continue

Added by Peter Levesque on September 9, 2009 at 7:24am — 2 Comments

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