The Role of Emotions & Rituals in Creative Teamwork

A session by Benedikt Ewald
Researcher, Lecturer & Coach for DT & Team(ed) Leadership, HPI | TU Braunschweig | FOM Berlin | Freelance

Register to watch this content

By submitting your email you agree to the terms
Watch this content now

About this session

Room Capacity: 300 participants (Meeting limit ZoomPro - first come, first served).

Level of Interactivity: Medium (Breakout Sessions)

Language: English

Session Description

Emotions are integral to both creative and collaborative work. In this session, we will highlight the importance and opportunities of consciously designing creative teamwork with our emotions in mind.

The session will consist of a mix of introductions to the topic and subsequent breakout groups in ZOOM. Therefore, please familiarize yourself with the following ZOOM collaboration tools:

  • Breakout groups
  • Shared Whiteboard
  • Polling

You can find a playlist of the How Tos here

Tags: #creativity #teams #emotions #ritual #culture #designthinking

ZOOM Meeting Details

Name: “Session: The Role of Emotions & Rituals in Creative Teamwork”
Start: 24.Apr.2020, 03:00 PM (CET: Amsterdam, Berlin, Rom, Stockholm, Wien)

Session opens at 2.55 pm!

Join Zoom-Meeting

Meeting-ID: 931 0698 7796
Password: Same as event

Additional Session Information

Because this will be an interactive session limited to 100 participants, please:

  1. Make sure this is the session you want to join. As there are currently over 400 registrations for this session, not everyone will be able to participate and it would be a shame if this keeps you from joining any of the other awesome parallel sessions in time.
  2. Acquaint yourself with the ZOOM Tools we will use beforehand (see above). Unfortunately, due to the number of participants and the limited time, I will not be able to offer any technical support during the session.
  3. Enter the session on time, preferably 5 mins prior. I wiIl start admitting people starting from 2.55 pm and it will be first-come, first-serve. If you are not able to enter anymore because the meeting is full please do not get stuck trying to get in and join one of the other awesome parallel sessions.
  4. Participate actively in the breakout sessions, but also offer space for everyone to contribute. Let’s create a joy- and insightful experience-experiment together! :)
Please join our Fleep channel and post any questions, comments or feedback before or after the session there: Go to our Fleep channel!

Benedikt Ewald

PhD Candidate, HPI-Stanford Design Thinking Research Program

Proudly supported by