Discover Thetaland: A “Thinking at the Edge” Game Leading to Surprising Clarity - (coffee/tea/snacks)
How to think freshly with old words? How to speak from an inner knowing when words are still missing? How to find your own voice within complex and ambiguous contexts?
Thetaland is a playful way to deal with those challenges. It is based on Eugene Gendlin’s philosophy and his philosophical practice “Thinking at the Edge”.
In order to discover Thetaland, we will play the game in several stages. Starting from an open question, a vague idea or an unclear situation. By venturing out into Thetaland, you will get to the heart of your topic, discover precise language, and open up practical perspectives. We will share our experiences with the game and we will discuss possible applications.
Dr. Evelyn Fendler-Lee, Organizational Psychologist, certified counsellor and Focusing-trainer bringing 20 years of experience in leading R&D functions as a material scientist; as associate lecturer, she taught university courses in social competence for 9 years. Since 2009, she has been a coach and trainer for personal, professional and leadership development; she facilitates innovative teams engaged in strategy, collaborative decision making, concept creation, knowledge transfer; she teaches Thinking at the Edge (TAE) internationally and is applying TAE for teamwork and leadership.
For more information, contact SIG leaders, Vickie Bevenour or Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-493-5424).