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Tenneson Woolf 

– The Art of Convening: Methods and Frameworks for Working Skillfully in Complexity and Community

Tenneson Woolf is a facilitator, workshop leader, teacher, blogger, and coach. He is committed to improving the quality of collaboration and imagination needed in groups, teams, and organizations — to help us be in times such as these with consciousness, kindness, and learning. Woolf has worked for over 20+ years to design and lead meetings in participative formats. From strategic visioning with boards to large conference design, to communities just learning to listen again to one another. Most recently he has been working with faith communities, educators, and foundation leaders. 
Woolf’s education background includes degrees in psychology and organizational behavior. His work lineages include The Berkana Institute with Margaret Wheatley, The Circle Way with Christina Baldwin and Ann Linnea, and The Art of Hosting with Toke Moeller.
Three orientations -- living systems, self-organization, and emergence — inspire and inform all his work. So does emptiness, breath, and fresh-picked garden tomatoes.
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