report from Haiti Regional OSonOS
lberg at AFSC.ORG
Thu Jun 24 19:01:12 PDT 2004
It's great to hear about the Haiti OSonOS. Thanks for the report.
Is it possible for me to read more of the participants' comments? Is the
wiki accessible to folks (like me) who weren't involved? If so, please
tell me how.
(I also owe you an update of our Haitian event here in NYC - not an OS for
others on the list who might be reading this posting - but I wanted to
take this opportunity to make my first posting to OSLIST!)
-Laurence (at AFSC in NY)
On Wed, 23 Jun 2004 10:08:57 -0400, john engle <englejohn at hotmail.com>
>my haitian colleagues held the third annual haitian OSonOS this past
>weekend, convening 46 people over two and a half days on the theme
>"embracing peace." this was the first year that i was absent. thus, i'm
>reading from the 16 reports which folks have already placed on wiki.
>what excites me the most is that three practitioners (some of you know
>who is a ring leader:)) initiated the creation of open space institute,
>Haiti and took on the organization of this regional OSonOS as the
>institute's first project. while i'm not a founding member of the OSI
>and do not plan to be on the board, colleagues have asked me to share
>know about OSI's in other countries. thus, you who are involved in an OSI
>and who are sharing of your work are having an impact on haiti. thank you!
>fremy cesar, jude apollon and samson joseph convened a session on OSI
>and invited others to become involved.
>one participant of the gathering just posted a message on the haitian
>listserve (about 100 people on this list serve):
>I want to share my story with Open Space. This is a great method. It makes
>my work easier and puts people at ease so that they can address things in
>much or little detail as they wish to. OS helps us learn to be better
>listeners and to ask better questions.
>This method brings me great satisfaction and helps me to know when to
>into a conversation and when to avoid a conversation. I'm learning how to
>better manage myself and to take responsibility for that which I
>just wanted to share this encouraging news with all of you.
>http://JohnEngle.blogspot.com - Reflections about Haiti, life, and our
>MSN Messenger : discutez en direct avec vos amis !
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