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Human Dynamics and Virtual Worlds
Courses Offered

In an age of global interconnectivity, Complex Human Systems are increasingly important for organizational success. Skills that enhance interpersonal communication through understanding oneself and others, complex dynamics, multiple views of reality, small group dynamics, making decisions in complex environments with an understanding of emergent properties, facilitating self-organizing groups to move through complex environments, and pattern recognition enable people and organizations to be flexible and adaptable in this everchanging complex environment.

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Communication Skills
Concepts and skills covered:
  • Communication Styles including APA Communication Model and Orientation Model ;
  • Causes of Misunderstanding and ways to minimize them;
  • Assertiveness Skills;
  • Questioning Techniques including Funnel Model and 5-Whys Method;
  • Problem Solving using Questioning Techniques;
  • Information Processing Techniques including Johari Window;
  • Active Listening techniques;
  • Recognizing and overcoming Communication Barriers;
  • Empathy Models including the HEAR Method;
  • Effective Feedbacks and 4-Step Feedback Technique;
  • Body Language recognition and how to take advantage of it.
 Emotional Intelligence
(Emotional Skills, Empathy, Social Skills, Relationship Management, Self Management & More)
Concepts and skills covered:
  • Identify the main EI competencies and know how each area can contribute to your personality and interaction with others;
  • Recognize and understand your moods and emotions and their effect on others;
  • Manage and regulate your emotions to make sure they don't disrupt your behavior;
  • Control and guide your emotions so you can achieve more, boost yourself and vastly increase your productivity;
  • Establish rapport with others and improve the effectiveness of your communication;
  • Understand others' feelings when interacting with them and become a trusted person in
  • their network;
  • Understand others needs systematically and respond accordingly to get maximum results in your interactions with them.
Neuro-Linguist Programming
Concepts and skills covered:
  • Use NLP perspectives to examine yourself and understand the underlying NLP principles;
  • Modify your internal representation of past events and convert them to positive experiences;
  • Use a number of NLP skills to reprogram yourself, increase your confidence, read others and memorize better ;
  • Set your goals systematically and boost your confidence when dealing with future events using NLP programming;
  • Establish rapport using NLP techniques and use empathetic communication to get the most from your encounters;
  • Persuade others using language patterns & NLP meta-programming;
  • Boost your confidence by reframing and applying NLP techniques to your inner voice. 
How to Influence People
Concepts and skills covered:
  • Sequence your statement efficiently, so that you get maximum effect for the objective you have in mind;
  • Show your understanding when communicating with others and open up the conversation;
  • Use the 6 universal principles of influence and learn how to counteract them;
  • Deliver your potentially negative message while getting a good response;
  • Encourage or discourage anyone strongly in the direction of your choice;
  • Use a simple technique to reinforce the behavior of team members;
  • Say "No" decisively and politely;
  • Phrase your sentences efficiently when selling a product or an idea.

Conflict Management
Concepts and skills covered:
  • Recognize conflicts and their escalation over time so you can address them more effectively;
  • Select an appropriate conflict resolution style based on your needs to get maximum results;
  • Manage your emotions and infuence others emotionally when in conflicts;
  • Recognize Tactical Approaches used when interacting with others that may lead to conflicts and take appropriate steps to avoid a conflict developing;
  • Negotiate over what you want and move on to a win/win outcome;
  • Prevent destructive conflicts at the workplace.

Assertiveness Skills
Concepts and skills covered:
  • Distinguish between assertive, aggressive and passive behavior;
  • Express yourself assertively using specific verbal and non-verbal techniques with maximum results;
  • Request what you want assertively and get it;
  • Criticize and change behavior while staying friends;
  • Use a simple technique to reinforce the behavior of others;
  • Disagree with the other person in such a way that helps them understand your stance on the matter without taking it personally;
  • Say "No" and be loved .
Complex Systems and Art
Through understanding the basic elements, global historical themes, and pervasive cultural aspects of art participants learn about multiple views of reality, individual and cultural diversity, pattern recognition, creativity, and experience emergence through creating something new out of unrelated objects.

Innovation Through Lateral Connections

Recognizes that many advances in civilization and the sciences occur when people, either singly or in groups, have an a-ha moment and realize how to apply advances in one discipline to another discipline. The course provides both theory and examples to illuminate the approach. Innovation through lateral connections is relevant to the social sciences, gaming, economics, engineering, and the physical sciences.

Approximate Calculation

Develops skills to perform back of the envelope calculations based on making plausible assumptions and deriving simple models. This course has applicability in situations where a rough in the ballpark answer is needed given limited resources (time and money). Approximate calculation also has value in cases where there is a solution but it is unknowable or not measurable. The course provides both theory and examples to illuminate the approach. Approximate calculation is relevant to the social sciences, gaming, economics, engineering, and the physical sciences.

Network Theory

Applies the new, emerging theory of networks to the organization and operation of biological, sociological, and human-designed systems. Network theory is based on the mathematics of graph theory. Topics include the phenomena of six degrees of separation, small worlds, the organization of the Internet, the power law of networks, and scale-free networks. Network theory is applicable to the biological sciences, social sciences, gaming, economics, engineering, and the physical sciences.

Immersive 3D Environments
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