The course is also available in German (May 8 – June 25).
Goals of the course
Why should you take part in this course?
What you need in order to participate
The course is part of the project Hosting Social Innovation funded by the EU.
Part I: Premises for innovation 20th – 24th September 2016 Art Monastery Convent Italy (Arrival day: 19th and Departure day: 25th Sept. 2016)
Part II: Overcoming innovation obstacles 7th – 11th March 2017 Warsaw, Poland (Arrival day: 6th and Departure day: 10th Feb. 2017)
Become a certified Innovation Host!
We live at a time during which people feel an increasingly pressing need to go out and change something, instead of staying at home and looking at the world from the outside. Active citizens want to live their ideas and visions. To support these active citizens, we urgently need people who host, facilitate, moderate, support, inspire, guide and empower others during critical innovation phases or visionary development processes.
Within the Erasmus+ Project „Hosting Social Innovation“ we are launching a pilot programme that will bolster those important hosting competencies.
13th - 21st May 2017
You will be introduced to the Visionautic way of thinking, experiment with and reflect on a variety of multisensual approaches and methods for a rich, colourful and creative facilitation style. After seven workshop days you will be the proud owner of an ample multisensual toolkit which includes:
-How to prepare a creative setting and an activating surrounding.
-How to create an atmosphere of fun and experimental learning.
-How to work with Visionautic material to develop and share ideas: maps, logbooks, inspirations, props, etc.
-How to visualize and sensualize complexity: graphic recording, graphic facilitation, evolution lines, sociometric exercises, models etc.
-How to set memory anchors in your body: arrow breaking, magnetic pictures, circular empowerment etc.
-Exercises with rhythm, voice and dance to improve communication.
-Multisensual tools to stimulate meaningful dialogues: instant paintings, picture archives, impro theatre exercises etc.
-Small interventions to turn everyday’s situations into magic events.
-Innovative forms of presentation and giving feedback.