What do we DO when we don’t know what to do?
18 – 22 October 2017, Conference hotel de Baak Seaside, Noordwijk, Netherlands
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We used a structure with a wealth of ted-like talks, workshops, space for emerging contributions by all participants/co-creators who want to. On this page you find an overview of the Talks and Workshops for the first two days of the conference.
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- Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq: Coming home to yourself; teaching and ceremony
- Michel van Dartel: Unravelling human situatedness through art (see video)
- Amos Dotan: Anchors to stability and security in times of upheaval
- Doris Gottlieb: The Knowing is in the Doing (see video)
- Michal Gradshtein: The 3 Connects for when you don’t know what to do
- Peggy Holman: Journalism that matters in a world gone mad (see video)
- Sandra Janoff: Facilitating a system to transform itself (see video)
- Monika Lindner: Language as a web (see video)
- Heike Brembach: Movement is in every Moment
- Marcel Elsenaar and Frans Duurland: In search of shared wisdom– an Ubuntu-talk
- Aliza Fruchtman: The Now Motion – Improvisational Response-Abilities as the Praxis of the Emerging
- Doris Gottlieb: The gift of the unkonwn and impossible to plan for moments
- Michal Gradshtein: Mapping your social capital for guidance in uncertain times
- Jef van den Hout and Frans van Gassel: Hand-storm on creative thinking, uncovering collective ambition
- Sandra Janoff: Lead More, Control Less: 8 Advanced Leadership Skills that Overturn Convention
- Richard Kwakernaak: Potential-based approaches to dealing with uncertainty
- Monika Lindner: Thinking at the Edge
- Hugo Skoppek: From Re-action to Action
- Michael Sonntag: De Anima – Giving back the soul
- Nancy Wallis: Becoming Who We Are Capable of Being
- Eva Wieprecht: Moving the Art of Generative Coaching
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“Walk in a good way.
Walk tall and powerful as you are meant to be
for times and times to come.”