Whether consciously or unconsciously: Every speaker follows a specific intention with his speech. And every intention is aimed at a particular thought or action. However, few people understand which values stand behind their arguments and demands. This workshop is intended for those who want to fundamentally question their value judgments.
The question "what do you believe?" is not meant to be religious in this context. But refers to your core values. If, for example, you think that Germany should receive as many refugees as possible during a refugee crisis, what is your opinion based on? On helpfulness? Maybe. But what is your helpfulness based on? And when does this have a limit? And why? The rational questioning of one's dogmas is very helpful for understanding oneself.
In coachings, we often realize that people have certain values, but do not act on them. They either do not see it themselves or are dishonest to themselves. A classic example is the topic egoism. Many people are of the opinion that one should not be selfish. In theory. But when we analyze everyday situations, it often turns out that most of the time people act selfishly. Where does this contradiction come from? How do you dissolve it? All thouse questions can be discussed in our workshop "Argumentation and Values".
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