We see an overall need for a sophisticated theory of harvesting to give direction and meaning to our practice, beginning with a deeper understanding about how we learn, know, and make sense of the world around us – as individuals and in groups
To be part of an effective Community of Practice – we learn most effectively with each other when we are sharing stories, designing together and asking for help.
COURSE PRICE: 250 USDREGISTER
CONTENT OF THE COURSE
The content of the course has been designed by Chris, Amy and Rowan, inviting some of the most experienced practitioners to share what they have learned and what they are learning.
In this course you will find contributions from Chris Corrigan, Monica Nissen, Kelvy Bird, David Sibbet, & Zulma Patarroyo
Design and process architecture that makes good use of harvesting for action and learning
Co-created principles and practices to guide your own harvesting work.
Ways and methods of harvesting personal and collective insight from dialogue processes
Practice harvesting personally and collectively
The influence of power dynamics and differences in the harvesting strategy.
How to weave harvesting into strategic work over time.
A framework for designing harvesting plans.
A sneak peak into the course. Chris Corrigan sharing from his experience.
We are offering a more flexible way for you to engage with our courses. As part of our continuous efforts to make all the valuable material that we are gathering through our courses and our practice available, we have set out to offer a new kind of courses that are more FLEXIBLE and mostly self paced. At the same time you will learn with a community of peer learners and be able to connect in our live community sessions. The format has three main components:
"This discussion was really timely - for my work in community. Learning how to create the container - with minimal structure - to harvest something meaningful - to guide our next steps. How to ‘notice’ what is emerging and make sense collectively of what is possible and where we might begin. Thank you!"