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Triangle of Commonalities

Field of application Introducting new members to a team Teambuilding Resu...

Scenario Writing

Field of application The workshop model can be applied when Working with student...

Writing Sprint

Field of application Creativity Brainstorming Resume / Brief description ...

Focus Ring

Resume /  Brief description   The goal of this team exercise is to transport a bal...

Zoom-Sociometry

Please use this template when presenting and describing a tool (for skills development)   ...

References

Luft, J., & Ingham, H. (1955). The Johari window, a graphic model of interpersonal awareness. In:...

How to Teach Communication?

Communication is social behaviour. Therefore, communication cannot be taught by merely learning c...

How Does Communication Work?

If we look back in our communication biographies, we often remember particularly well the moments...

How to Learn and Develop Communication? Giving Feedback

1.       Johari Window Model The Johari Window Model (Luft & Ingham, 1955) shows where the devel...

Training Communication Skills in the Context of University Teaching

Our private and professional lives are full of communicative challenges. These challenges are mul...

Conclusion

Since all Building Blocks taken together are a demanding task that is to be regarded as long-term...

Building Block 9: Determine Responsibilities for Community Development

This last component is about who takes responsibility for community development and how. Differen...

Building Block 8: Strengthening Continuities, Commitments and Obligations through Activities and Projects

This Building Block is about the operational implementation of community development, without whi...

Building Block 7: Strategically Develop and Expand Relationships with and between Selected Groups of Actors

Building Block 5 and Building Block 6 were about identifying, better understanding and presenting...

Building Block 6: Making Groups of Actors Visible to the Community and Keeping Them Continuously in View

Whereas Building Block 5 was about taking stock, this Building Block is about creating visibility...

Building Block 5: Analysing Groups of Actors

After the history Building Block 2, Building Block 3 and Building Block 4, another indispensable ...

Building Block 4: Continuing and Retelling the Community Story

Once community development has conducted an anamnesis of the community story told so far through ...

Building Block 3: Understanding Who and How the Community Story Is Told and Received

Apart from the content of the community story, it is very relevant for community development by w...

Building Block 2: Understanding Community History in terms of Content

The core idea (building block 1) is the initial spark of the community, which must be continuousl...

Building Block 1: Understanding the Core Idea and Communicating It Clearly to All Stakeholders

The central link of a community is a common higher purpose, a shared mission and common ideals an...