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Module 3 invites to

CRYSTALLIZE
&PROTOTYPE

micro-habits for tangible and steady change

MODULE 3

Learn powerful techniques for self-reflection and effective progress tracking through various strategies and practices for deep introspection.
Learn to embrace creativity as a means to drive change, unlock innovative potential, and foster collaboration through brainstorming, prototyping, and experimentation.
Learn to utilize journaling as a tool to explore your inner world, articulate your current state, and visualize desired changes.
Learn to break down complex tasks into manageable steps, boosting productivity and fostering a sense of accomplishment.
Learn to introduce Kanban as a method for transparency, collaboration, and productivity by tracking tasks, visualizing work progress, and limiting work in progress.
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MODULE 3 - TRACK 1
CRYSTALLIZE INTENT AND VISION

2.5 hours
Date: May 2nd, 2024
Time: 7 pm CEST, 1 pm EDT, 10 am PDT

In the realm of overcoming inner obstacles, especially the voices of judgment, fear, and cynicism, we delve into retrospectives, a valuable practice that involves examining past actions and envisioning desirable futures. By analyzing tools, skills, relationships, and challenges, we gain insights into what went well, what went poorly, and how we can improve in the future.

A skilled facilitator guides the retrospective process, structuring the feedback and fostering open communication. Through regular retrospectives, we establish a foundation for continuous learning and growth. In complex times, reflection becomes even more crucial as we strive to learn from mistakes and successes alike. Open feedback promotes trust and strengthens our sense of unity and collaboration.

As a micro habit, we encourage you to apply retrospective and feedback processes in your everyday work. By embracing continuous improvement, we pave the way for ongoing learning and progress towards our goals.

Glas(s)Campus Course 2022

MODULE 3 - TRACK 2
PRACTICE TO PROTOTYPE

2.5 hours
Date: May 16th, 2024
Time: 7 pm CEST, 1 pm EDT, 10 am PDT

A dedication to continuous improvement propels us forward, unearthing untapped potential for ongoing empowerment. It fosters connections, nurturing effective teams united by their commitment to getting stronger.

This module’s goal is to harness creativity for progress. Collaborative creative thinking not only unlocks innovative solutions but also strengthens our yearning for change and empowerment. It enhances our creative abilities and deepens our sense of unity, bolstering self-confidence, productivity, and overall satisfaction.

As a micro habit, we encourage you to actively utilize the creative process for driving change, especially with regard to embracing crises as transformative learning opportunities. By tapping into your creative potential and collaborating with others, you can unlock new possibilities and create meaningful outcomes. Get ready to embrace creativity as a powerful tool for change!

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MODULE 3 - TRACK 3
ENABLE ACTION AND PERCEPTION FROM THE WHOLE

2.5 hours
Date: May 23rd, 2024
Time: 7 pm CEST, 1 pm EDT, 10 am PDT

Unlike traditional diary writing, journaling delves into our inner thoughts and beliefs, making our moral principles tangible and receptive for continuous improvement. Documenting our current state and visualizing desired changes helps break down complex situations and dilemmas into manageable steps, enhancing our understanding.

Additionally, we introduce Kanban as a method for maintaining a clear and traceable moral path. Kanban utilizes existing processes to ensure continuity in moral development. Its core lies in visualization, allowing everyone to effortlessly track moral progress and urgency. It uses color-coded markings to maintain focus by limiting the moral work in progress.

As a micro habit, we encourage you to embrace holistic visualization through journaling and Kanban for continuous improvement and moral growth. Combining self-reflection and effective tracking enhances understanding, facilitating significant strides in personal and organizational growth.

Glas(s)Campus Course 2022

MODULE 3 - TRACK 4
INTEGRATE NEW EXPERIENCE IN EVERYDAY LIFE

2.5 hours
Date: May 30th, 2024
Time: 7 pm CEST, 1 pm EDT, 10 am PDT

In this module, we explore the concept of Minimum Viable Change (MVC). It focuses on delivering the smallest, fastest, and most effective forming of change. Instead of striving for endless optimizations, MVC embraces a continuous improvement process where development and learning happen along the way.

By applying MVC, teams can recognize potential innovations, experiment gradually, and establish them successfully. This approach allows teams to overcome the overwhelming nature of change by breaking it down into small and achievable goals. It emphasizes involving all team members, providing visibility into progress and responsibilities, and empowering all individuals to shape the change process actively.

As a micro habit, we encourage you to learn to embrace even the smallest steps of change. By starting small, you can drive impactful transformations within yourself, your team, or your organization, one step at a time!

WHO IS YOUR COACH IN THIS MODULE

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I am inviting you to embrace the power of self-reflection and progress tracking. Dive inward through journaling, visualize desired changes, and break down tasks. Unlock personal and organizational growth through these transformative techniques.

Professor Dr. Reinhold Pabst / Professor of Human Resource Management at the Ernst Abbe University of Applied Sciences in Germany. Also Author, Coach, Trainer and Lecturer / Jena, Germany

HOW DOES IT HELP
AS IT RESONATES FROM OUR ATTENDEES

I now have energy to tackle things and methods at hand on how to do it.

I learned, the next step is the first step.

You have to be mindful. You have to be authentic.

Our team’s improved communication can be measured by the motivation of the employees.

We gladly took advantage of your help and advice and made the necessary changes.

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WHO IS YOUR FACILITATOR
IN THIS MODULE

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In the field of change management, we hold the space for growth. We tend the soil, and plant the seeds. We do not always know which seeds are going to sprout, but what we do know is how to tend and nurture what is growing.

Coco Lamenzo, Facilitator for transformative learning experiences @Attentability