Today we have with us Amanda Fenton discussing holding space to spark new thinking and to foster collaborative leadership.
Learning Matters series on convening methodologies for holding space for hope, healing and restoration.
Amanda Fenton (she/hers) hosts participatory processes such as The Circle Way, Open Space Technology, World Café, Collective Story Harvest and others to spark new thinking, foster collaborative leadership, navigate uncertainty and possibility, accelerate learning, and move to wiser action. She is teacher of The Circle Way and the Art of Hosting, and is a co-designer and facilitator with Decolonizing Practices, inviting fellow settlers in the journey of learning and unlearning to transform colonial impacts and de-centre whiteness.
Meeting Planner Tool Guide to the Meeting Planner Tool and video Guide to the Meeting Planner Tool
How to Use the Web Version of Jamboard
How to Host Open Space Technology Online Using Zoom + Google Slides