Learn how to use this superior collaboration method in a small group setting, offered by 3 highly experienced Open Space practitioners.
Open Space Technology (OST) is a meeting methodology that taps into the collective wisdom of the group, team or organization to address concrete business issues, find answers to complex problems, and nurture leadership in times of change. OST can be used both online and in physical meetings.
Using the potential of the whole group, whether 5 or 500+ people, OST is utilized to bring together groups of people around topics that are deeply important to them. The method has proven long term effects in problem solving among groups and improving how people work together. Working repeatedly with Open Space Technology has the capacity to transform organizations.
Our team has worked with online meetings extensively since 15 years. We have facilitated more then 100 OST meetings online, using various platforms.
The training starts 10.00 on Tuesday 7 Sept and ends at 16.00 on Thursday 9 Sept 2021. A follow up meeting is conducted after 4-5 months (online). If possible we will meet in a lovely location in the Netherlands, plan B is conducting it online as we previously have.
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