Contract formation in human processes: terms for converting signals for change in interventions, development and growth.
Work cognitively intuitively: introduction to system theory and emotional intelligence, working with emotions to accelerate change processes.
Making abstract concrete: how research methods can help limit complexity, work from different contexts and scenarios.
Working with hypotheses: structuring the problem, mapping for change, influence of organization and culture in shaping changes.
Sustainable negotiation: pitfalls for suboptimal results, achieving optimum results through delegation, the dilemma of the informal hierarchy.
Targeted work: design thinking and entrepreneurship model as a starting point for identification and implementation of measures.
Reaction in action: holocracy as an organizational form for self-management, influence and limitation of process supervisors, digital support in organizing continuous change.
Effective leadership: insight into current leadership theories, experiencing their effectiveness, analysis of and reflection on personal leadership style.
Accelerating by slowing down: retrospective as a filter and catalyst for continuous change, development of personal leadership and (business) model.