Overview

Course content

Module 1 (Part 1)

Values, norms,standards in professional self-discovery –

conceptual approaches

  • Resilienz
  • Self-regulation

Module 1 (Part 2)

Values,norms,standards in professional self-discovery –

conceptual approaches

  • Mindfulness
  • Liveable

Module 2 (Part 1)

Attitude, value system and communication in the professional context

  • Mission statement concepts in social enterprises – meaning and effect for employees based on different models

(DISG personality model, generations, Thomann-Riemann cross)

Module 2 (Part 2)

Attitude, value system and communication in the professional context

  • Model-based communication strategies (verbal, non-verbal and paraverbal) based on the sender-receiver model, TALK model according to Neuberger, iceberg model and escalation level model according to Glasl.

Module 2 (Part 3)

Attitude, value system and communication in the professional context

  • Strategies of closeness and distance in communication
  • Defending one’s own boundaries – self-care as a basic attitude

Program details

Number of participants: Max. 30

Dates:

November 16, 2022

November 30, 2022

December 07, 2022

December 14, 2022

December 21, 2022

Duration per appointment: 90 minutes

Time: 18:00 – 19:30 CET

German Online (Zoom)

Price: from €375

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Lecturer

Johannes Lehnert

Theological Director of the Competence Center Education of the Evangelical Diakonieverein Berlin- Zehlendorf e.V.

Johannes Lehnert was born in Dahme/Mark in 1964. He began studying Protestant church music at the Church Music School of the Greifswald Regional Church in 1980. This was followed in 1988 by studies in Protestant theology at the Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University in Greifswald. From 1996 to 2016, as pastor in Damgarten and Zurich, he was responsible, among other things, for the sustainable development of content structures in the church community. He also built aesthetic, musical and ethical living and learning spaces for people of all ages.

As theological director of the Hoffbauer Foundation Potsdam-Hermanswerder, he was responsible for diaconal educational work for 1,000 teachers and employees in the Christian education group from 2016 to 2018. His tasks also included the development of novel educational formats for teachers at schools to strengthen the Christian image of man and ethical standards.

Since 2018, he has been the theological director of the Competence Center Education of the Evangelical Diaconal Association Berlin-Zehlendorf e.V., responsible for the development, implementation and execution of creative seminar content for executives and specialist staff in the healthcare sector. Likewise, he established a protected education concept in healthcare for mid-level nursing staff.

Furthermore, he successfully and permanently established the Bach Cantata Cycle of the City of Zurich since 2009 and was responsible for the conceptual development and implementation of the Ethics Congress “Ad fontes!” 2021.

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