The Art of Hosting
(www.artofhosting.org)
A great collection of resources from The Art of Hosting community of practitioners.

The Berkana Institute
(www.berkana.org)

Berkana represents a lot to me.

Lineage is part of that.

This is where I gained my footing in social action and organizations as living systems. It is also through Berkana that I’ve met many of my closest friends and colleagues in the world.

Calling the Circle
(www.callingthecircle.org)
I am a board member with this group. I particularly loved the Legacy Project, a commitment to sharing and preserving the work of modern day practitioners of circle methodologies. We are now supporting the movement of The Circle Way into another layer of scale and practice — this is good work.

Institute of Noetic Sciences
(www.noetic.org)
When Teresa and I worked with IONS as weavers for their 2009 Annual Conference, it felt like a place of home to me. I love their curiosity and commitment to researching different ways of knowing.

Interchange
(www.interchange.dk)
Interchange was created by my friends Toke Moeller and Monica Nissen. They are based in Denmark. They were founders of what has become The Art of Hosting Community of Practitioners. Over the years they have added to their website a helpful collection of thoughts, models, frameworks, and reflections.

Margaret Wheatley
(www.margaretwheatley.com)

Meg has written the best collection that I know

of articles about organizations as living systems.

Meadowlark Institute
(www.meadowlark.co)
Jerry Nagel is at the heart of this one. The work he has done in Minnesota is really impressive for its scale and quality.

Open Space World
(www.openspaceworld.org)
A good home page for all things related to Open Space.

PeerSpirit
(www.peerspirit.com)
Home site for the work of Christina Baldwin and Ann Linnea and their work with circle, quest, and story.

world cafe logoThe World Cafe
(www.theworldcafe.com)
A key modality for me. And access to the World Cafe community and foundation.