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Skillshare Breakfast: From Dream to Realisation. Dragon Dreaming

Admission:
Impact Hub Vienna Members: Free
Non-Members: 10,- EUR (PayPal or pay on spot)
RSVP: https://goo.gl/Mqceew

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In this workshop, you will get a short introduction into the method of Dragon Dreaming a holistic and participatory project design & management: consisting of a process, a toolbox, a game and a practice for projects and teams.

You will get a glimpse of how sharing dreams and working with dragons (challenges) can foster creativity and team spirit and how you can transform your project into a playful game, learn about tools for raising engagement in your team and for balancing different working styles within your team and get to know a process that helps you to navigate your project naturally.

Please, bring your dreams and your dragons of your project along.

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Ulrike Reimann is an entrepreneur, facilitator, coach and a host of dreams, mourning, and conflicts.
Ulrike is inspired by alternative approaches (Dragon Dreaming, Nonviolent Communication, Theory U and Processwork) that enrich businesses and communities. Since 2007 she has been facilitating and training a range of teams and projects from NGOs, universities to engineering in Airbus towards more cooperative and sustainable work culture. Ulrike is also fascinated by the potential of difficult emotions. She researched practices for expressing and transforming grief and pain of loss.
Her book “Mourning in communities” (in German) was published in May 2016.
Currently, she is working on a project “in your hands”, a community-based funeral design. She currently lives in Bratislava.
More info: www.emotionskultur.de

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Skillshare is a mini-workshop event hosted by members of Impact Hub Vienna which aims to provide a platform for skill exchange among the community. Breakfast provided!

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Date & Time

March 14 | 08:30 to 10:00

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Updated on 15 January 2018