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HOW DOES IT WORK ----------- MAIN PAGE ----------- WHAT THEY SAY

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WHAT IS IT?

“We are tied up in our answers and freed by our questions”


The Game of Expert Dialogue is an Art of exchange and cooperation. Each player commits to bring his help, his private or professional experience to the accomplishment of every player’s objective. It promotes an Art of dialogue and triggers active listening and collective learning. It is also a surprising and joyful experience, whether you play with your friends, your colleagues or with people you meet for the first time.


WHAT'S THE POINT?


Very simply, the point is to spend a productive and original moment with other persons. More specifically, it helps to connect through a new type of dialogue and exchange, to set or clarify a personal or collective project and find the tools to take it further, to experiment a principle of full cooperation, to approach the notion of change, to dynamize one’s motivation and creativity, to facilitate decision making and set the appropriate actions.

HOW DOES IT WORK ?

FOUR WORLDS

A Set of cards, a dice, a timer and a fe
w rules..

Find out more about it here



HOW CAN I PLAY ?


Any person can initiate a game with friends or within their network, or find out about on-going games


EXPERT DIALOGUE



You can either constitute your own group of friends (four players maximum) or come individually and join other players. The participation fee is 25euros, drinks charged separately, the sessions have a duration of approximately 3 to 4 hours. It is necessary to book and confirm your participation.


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For info or booking, please contact silvano.stabile@gmail.com

WHAT THEY SAY

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Author's note


This experience is a synthesis of various studies on traditional wisdom and philosophies, on Palo Alto Institute’s introspective approaches, on Psychology of motivation and NLP, as well as on innovative Strategies for Cooperation.


Although he has received training for a varied set of techniques and accessed a diversified knowledge, the referee or coach has no other abilitation for his practice than the authority given to him by the public.