THE SIX HATS OF THINKING
Every day we thing and every day we are confused. Why? Because we try to do too many things at once. We are overwhelmed by emotions, information, logic, hope and creativity. What if there was an exercise that could fight confusion? And what would be like for a hat to define a certain way of thinking?
Well, they're six, not one hat, in the workshop with the same name. Actually, we propose a method through which the accent falls over "what can be" and not on "what it is" - not on who' right and who's not, as it often happens.
This workshop allows the thinker to take one step at a time and so he/she will be able to set apart emotion from reason and creative thinking from information.
And so, we invite you to consider more problems from 6 different hats.
The red hat stands for the emotional point of view or our connection with the approached issue. When wearing the white hat, we consider all available information. The yellow hat forces us to consider the matter with optimism, while the black hat advises us to be cautious and conservative. The green hat brings in a creative point of view and the blue one is worn when trying to have a 360 degree approach. The catch is that all thinkers must wear the same hat color at once.
We'll start with basic issues and then we'll move forward to ethics, so at the end of the day we'll be able to fix a real problem inside the group.
This method fixes amazingly fast each session, brainstorming or a simple dispute regarding the AC.
Alors on pense!
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS
min. 10 - max. 50 people