Reframing is a simple but powerful technique to think differently: an easy, four-step process that generates creative approaches for your own life and work. Reframing helps us to innovate, to approach the world from a fresh perspective and to overcome engrained patterns. Reframing will take you out of your mental comfort zone, enabling you to discover new perspectives and creative solutions. And it can be fun: if you can make yourself laugh, you're on the right path.
Why are you alive? - Key Existentialist theories. How should you live? How can you turn your life into a work of art? In this course you will learn to examine your life and the choices you make. You will learn about the life and work of Friedrich Nietzsche, Albert Camus, Georges Bataille, Jean-Paul Sartre and Michel Foucault. Find out for yourself what kind of projects give meaning to your life.
Learning from feedback - Formats for group feedback sessions. Ideally, feedback offers wonderful opportunities for improvement in the creative process. Giving and receiving feedback well is not easy, however. All too often, those giving feedback fall into judgment or giving advice, and those receiving feedback become overwhelmed and defensive: we find it hard not to take it personally. I have designed and adapted these group feedback formats to break through our usual feedback patterns and to separate thinking from emotion.