Through the training you gain:
Beyond that you win:
What the L&D sector can learn from science:
Perhaps you will agree with me that much of the meta-competencies that we already need today - and probably even more tomorrow - in companies can be found in the picture of science (which I have drawn). Even if this is the case, the insight alone is of little use - unless it is the first step towards a decision:
"[...] and the kind of neurobiology that can act as a partner here - let this be said here in anticipation - is non-reductionist systemic neurobiology; i.e. a purely molecular neurobiology must be excluded as a dialogue partner from the outset, since it is probably not possible to fathom the "secrets of the soul" by looking at GABA and acetylcholine molecules alone".
Prof. Dr. Dr. Hinderk M. Emrich
A non-reductionist approach has proven to be particularly effective in practice transfer. After all, real life is complex and the attempt to explain leadership or personal development with a few neurotransmitters and functional centres in the brain proves to be ridiculously under-complex. This is why we are pursuing systemic neuropsychology in this training. This means: we look at all three systems in which learning and development processes take place and that enable or prevent sustainable learning effects:
For each practical topic we keep all three systems present and avoid overestimating one perspective. This protects us from many an obvious stupidity.
For when current approaches and their "evangelists" reach their limits, when they create hypes that fail the practical test, this is usually based on the reduction to only one of the three systems.
The consequences of this reduction can be:
Thus, in the course of the training, we practise making each other aware of the inevitable omissions that arise when thinking. We will keep the observer-dependence of descriptions and evaluations in mind. Jumping between systems and discovering interactions between company, psyche and body trains the agility of our thinking. Above all, you will practise looking at the requirements and development needs in organisations from a multi-perspective, linking them with scientific-empirical evidence and humanities models and applying the resulting interpretations and plans for action to practice in a critically constructive dialogue.