International Seminars


With an absolutely new methodology which includes music, body and dramatization, the members of this seminar get the opportunity to discover what really happens when men and women come together to work on a common task.

In this Seminar, a great number of issues get linked, issues of crucial importance for today's world, for the transformation of society and of organizations: gender differences (the feminine and the masculine) and how they relate to the exercise (or not) of authority and leadership. Therefore, each member will be able to concentrate on what is most relevant for her or him according to his or her interests and necessities:

- The encounter with the different
- The exercise of democracy
- The confrontation with prejudices and stereotyped behaviors, like machismo, sexism, racism
- The transformation of the roles of parents and between couples
- The new styles of direction in organizations .

With the staff accompanying, the participants will explore and reflect on the processes that deploy departing from the roles they take in the Seminar, discovering the uncontrollable, the irrational and the unconscious that is present in every human group.

In that way, they will be able to recognize the differences between

- how one sees oneself and how others see oneself
- the role one desires to take and the role the group assigns us
- how one impacts on the group and how the group has an impact on oneself

Furthermore, the Seminar offers the participants opportunities to use all what they discover in a creative way in order to transform the own role and the way how they exercise authority to lead, innovate and transform the institutions they are part of. It is not enough to discover how women and men are similar or different, the challenge is to find the way to use the potential that lays in the complementarities of their characteristics, in order to dismantle stereotyped and limiting models.

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