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The Process of Co-Creating Limicon

​Upon registration you will have access to the Miro- the online group whiteboard that will serve as a playground during the Limicon process:

1. Add a proposal to the Miro. You can add any events that you would be interested in hosting or participating in. Feel free to add anything (no matter how bizarre) as all offerings in pencil. We suggest you think about events that can help further the inquiry of "How do we become the humans we need to be, both individually and collectively, to be in service to hospicing the old systems and midwifing the new systems that are emerging?"​​

2. Interest and comments - Add comments and sign up for sessions that you are interested in

3. Approval - Event host(s) share with us:

  • Title

  • Description

  • Time

  • Location

The event organizers will add this into the official schedule and post to the website!

There will be a weekly brainstorming and question answering session for anyone who wants to attend.

Open Space Technology Principles

1. Whoever comes are the right people: Since people can choose what sessions to attend there has to be to trust, that the people that come are the right people. Even if a session only has two participants these two people might be exactly the right people to meet at that time to do something great together.

2. Whatever happens is the only thing that could have happened: Open Space Technology events have an emerging character. No one can possibly predict, how things might unfold. Therefore, participants are invited to concentrate on the moment with an open mind.

3. Whenever it starts is the right time: Creativity moves on its own timeline independent of the meeting or event schedule. Therefore, participants should be attentive to when creativity arises. Whether that is as part of the group sessions or in one to one conversations at the lunch buffet. 

4. When it is over, it is over: Getting the work done is more important than sticking to the schedule. When a group is in the perfect flow, then they can decide to continue their discussions. Or, if they finish their topic earlier, the can also close the session and do something else instead.

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