REsource SEARCHing LABoratory
The REsearchLAB offers a new approach for developing cultural intelligence and intercultural understandings. We are opening up the intercultural black box in a self-experiment.
Opening Up The Intercultural Black Box
Persons visiting the REsearchLAB want to:
- find out more about intercultural competencies and other cultures,
- learn about the own culture and blind spots, or
- solve any issues from intercultural learning and understanding.
Participants in the REsearchLAB benefit from the outcomes step by step:
- research on the own cultural action strategies,
- reflect the own intercultural understanding and
- improve the understanding for (new) intercultural theories and models.
The REsearchLAB is a self-experiment for intercultural theories and models, e.g.
- Visual Culture
- Intercultural Storytelling
- Humor and Metaphors
- DMIS Model
- Dimensions of Culture
- Cultural Intelligence
- Culture of Trust
- Culture of Innovation
Upcoming Dates for 2017 will be published soon!
Get new insights and foster your intercultural competencies!
The REsearchLAB is recommended to any intercultural trainer – from beginner, intermediate to professional. Foster your intercultural competencies, get new insights and deepen your intercultural understanding.
Participation will be rewarded with a certificate of attendance.
To create an interesting mix of participants, we invite students, intercultural beginners and persons with different cultural backgrounds to participate for free. Just get in contact!
An Impact Workshop
The goal of the REsearchLAB is to develop and/or deepen your individual competencies for mastering intercultural challenges – as an intercultural trainer, intercultural coach or as well as an intercultural beginner.
Reflect and analyze your own understanding of integration processes, culture and cultural identity. The visual methods and structure of SEE IT! DO IT! FEEL IT!® enable hands-on social research and insights on cultural identity.
Creative group work exercises, theory analysis and reflection provide participants with both: the “Big Picture” and a hands-on approach.
You will have a better/new understanding of intercultural theories, concepts and models as well as your own blind spots and a new understanding of culture.
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