Live from Mahone Bay
Monday, March 27, 12:00-1:00 pm
Engage Nova Scotia is committed to shining a light on engagement tools, practices and examples that we can all learn from. When we heard that Toke Moeller was visiting Nova Scotia this month, we invited Tim Merry to interview him on behalf of Engage. Please join us for this special lunch-and-learn event.
Tim Merry, also a senior Art of Hosting practitioner, is active in Now Lunenburg County and many other change projects throughout the province and internationally.
Please listen in as Toke and Tim explore questions like these:
- What is the Art of Hosting and what difference does it make? What makes it both radical and common-sense at the same time?
- The Art of Hosting doesn’t have a central office or paid staff, and yet it has quickly spread and become its own movement. What can we learn from this as we try to accelerate change in Nova Scotia?
- How is the Art of Hosting enabling young people to become leaders within their communities?
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March 27, 2017 at 12pm - 1pm
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