I part: Workshop-seminar: app-based action-planning
Michael Munch-Hansen, Cofounder at DoBetter, Region Midtjylland, Danmark
Denmark has a long tradition of using dialogue-based collaborative action planning in improving the working environment and health & safety.
Is it possible to modernise and re-event this tradition in the digital world? Or will the digital methods transform the human dialogue into individual isolated screen-interaction?
Michael Munch-Hansen is a Danish business psychologist who in the past 25 years has worked with dialogue-based, participatory collaborative action planning. For a number of times, he has contributed as a methods/tools-developer, lecturer and consultant for the Danish National Research Center for the working environment (www.nfa.dk
). In collaboration with another danish business psychologist Lasse Ljungholm, he has developed the DoBetter-methods.
In the seminar, the key points of this approach are presented.
Before the seminar, the participants send on a "Photo-Safari" with the task of taking a smartphone-photography of one positive and one negative element of their personal work environment. On the seminar, the participants will work in small groups with their own photos in the 6-phased DoBetter-method.
Finally, a danish digital app-version of the Dobetter-method will be presented and translated.
II part: Augmented Psychology through Virtual Reality to promote Sustainable Employability
Eleonora Saladino, Sviluppo e Formazione Corporate, Become S.r.l.
A 3-steps programme modulated to provide innovative Augmented Psychology protocols and Virtual Reality tools for (1) stress management, (2) work in progress and (3) self-awareness: strengthening individual abilities, from soft skills to self-efficacy and self-motivation.
Messaggio dello speaker
Foto-SAFARI before the seminar
Dear participants in the DoBetter-seminar on Monday, December 16th.
During the seminar, the participants will work actively with the DoBetter-methods with their personal occupational health and safety-situation.
For that purpose I will ask you to to take two photographs on your tablet or smartphone before we meet:
1 photo of something in your personal work-environment (physical or psycho-social) that you find positive
1 photo of something in your personal work-environment (physical or psycho-social) that you find negative
- The photo does not need to be self-explaining, descriptive or aesthetically beautiful.
- You shall be prepared to talk about the photo with others at the seminar
- Take a paper-print of the photo and bring to the seminar (if not possible: bring your tablet/smartphone)
I am looking really forward to see you and to present some of my ideas and tools.
See you in a weeks time,