Design Thinking for innovative families | Skill Share Breakfast
08:30 - 10:00
Families are like a team. Family teams are our first interaction and our home is our social training arena for the future. Our “family team setting” will help our kids to succeed in other teams in life.
The reality is, managing a family is complex today. It is difficult being constantly faced with problems, emotions, crises of little babies, toddlers or being trapped in power struggles.
How can we approach family teamwork with more thoughtfulness and creativity? How do we make our kids fit for an increasingly digital world, teach them social skills and have fun at the same time?
What we will be working with
We offer team trainings for families, inspiring co-working and agile leadership at home. We will show you how you can incorporate “design thinking” into family management with visual tools such as magnetic icon boards, paired with exercises to manage daily challenges in family life.
What you will learn
How Design thinking can transform your family’s creativity
Why family values are important
How to create structure with room for flexibility
Agile planning for more quality time
Enhance team spirit in your family
Strengthen children's self-confidence
Foster entrepreneurial thinking & acting
You will walk home with tools that you can apply immediately.
First-time parents | Parents with toddlers |Parents with schoolkids | Parents with kids with special needs | Working parents
Katrin Rossi is a social catalyser, a visual storyteller and the creator of simpolino.com, offering team trainings for families with visual communication tools. She is mother of two tornados, studied International Business and has 15 years of international marketing experience. Her brand Simpolino was born out of several Parenting Seminars, Mindfulness Programs, as well as trainings in Digital Design Thinking.
Andrea Dubach is Senior Process Manager, SAFe (Scaled Agile Framework) consultant, psychologist and co-founder of NAHdenken. She helps families to navigate through everyday life in smart and agile ways. She has 18 years of experience in the financial sector and in social psychology. Her focus is on the development of soft skills and self-confident, resilient and strong (leadership) personalities. She is a mother of 8-year-old triplets.
Andreas Dubach is a secondary school teacher, Coach and the second half of the social enterprise NAHdenken. His focus is on the joint design of living spaces and he offers seminars on the topic work-life with the help of supporting management tools.
We look forward to take you on a visual journey through family life during our Skill Share Breakfast!