Last week we talked about feedback, the drama triangle and transactional analysis. Techniques aimed at interaction between individuals. In the coming session, we will look further into interaction between people, but then we will focus on attitude and behaviour. What makes you sometimes reticent and at other times compliant? How do you see someone withdrawing or taking the lead? What roles can be recognised in behaviour in both individual and group processes? But above all, what do you have to do to get out of such opposing attitudes?
Timothy Leary designed a model to provide insight into how such processes can be recognised, but also how you can influence such behaviour to ultimately achieve the desired result in group processes. The model is called Leary’s Rose and we will talk about it in our inspiration session next Wednesday.
All students from NHL Stenden are welcome to join this session. It will be hosted in Microsoft Teams “X-Honours Community” (channel “Info for all”), starting at 14.30 hrs. You can ‘walk in’ 15 minutes earlier and have a chat if you like.
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Schedule of March 31
|14:15 hrs.||Walk in @ Microsoft Teams “X-Honours Community”|
Bring your own high tea 😉
|14:30 hrs.||Welcome, announcements, and pitches|
|14:45 hrs. (app.*)||Inspiration session by Jaap Sanders|
|16.00 hrs. (app.*)||Basecamp time|