In order to allow an intensive and truly interactive collaboration and to ensure the exclusive character of the training, the number of participants is limited to 10 persons.
1. The courage to think yourself (sapere aude!):
there are no ready-made "findings" that can be applied universally to seminar situations without ambiguity ("scientifically proven") ("This is how I convince my participants / clients", "These are exactly the words I use to explain x in the seminar"). As Prof. Peter Kruse once said: it is not our goal to deliver "solutions", but to enable people to find their solutions.
2. Complexity tolerance:
we move acrobatically between neurobiological, psychological and systems theory models, each of which illuminates different aspects - not always without contradiction. A wonderful and enjoyable training in mental agility for all those who don't need the false security of "right and wrong" and who have grown beyond the "How to think in 7 steps".
3. The willingness to share your own thoughts and concepts with others:
this course lives from dialogue and the joint reflection of your own models on the models introduced by myself and the participants. In return, we spare ourselves pseudo-evident prescriptions "ex cathedra".
4. Time and willingness to make an effort:
the self-study units and the interactive online meetings are not "unboxing the brain" YouTube videos, no Gallileo shows (as great as they are) and no Netflix evenings. It's often funny, sometimes serious, but always at a level you would expect from a seminar at university. It can also be exhausting to spend three hours of concentrated discussion after a working day. Think about whether you can and want to do this.