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Art of Hosting & Dialogue Techniques Workshop
Fri, March 24, 2017, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM EDT
The Art of Hosting & Dialogue Techniques Workshop, led by Going Upstream will support students in learning how to address challenges by catalyzing collective action through a range of conversational facilitation techniques. The Art of Hosting is an approach to leadership that scales up from the personal to the systemic using personal practice, dialogue, facilitation and the co-creation of innovation to address complex challenges. During the workshop, students will explore collective leadership frameworks and participatory methodologies for enacting leadership amongst circles of influence.
Bios of Workshop Facilitators:
Going Upstream partners with community and organizational leaders in the United States and abroad who are working for transformation in their projects, groups and institutions. Visit Going Upstream's website for more information.
Kelly McGowan has been practicing and teaching participatory leadership, learning, strategy development, decision-making and action since she was an innovator during the early development of HIV prevention and AIDS-related care. Kelly mentors young leaders, serves on the board of the Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance and is a steward for the international Art of Hosting/Participatory Leadership network.
Richard Rivera (Renew & Redesign Consulting & Associates) has over 20 years of service specializing in hosting strategic conversations, leadership development, organizational transformation, and community building. Richard has extensive experience with serving community organizations, not-for-profit, government and healthcare organizations.He currently serves as lead consultant for the Baruch Graduate School of Public Affairs, Executive Programs.
Who can register for the trainings? Any student attending NYU Wagner.
What if I cannot attend the entire workshop? At this time, we are reserving registration for students who are able to participate for the full day. If you would like to attend the workshop but would need to leave early due to scheduling conflicts, please hold the workshop date and email Liz James (firstname.lastname@example.org), and we can let you know if there are any remaining participant slots available closer to the event.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Please email Liz James (email@example.com) with any questions or concerns regarding the workshops or registration.