"Walk and Talk" is a format that everyone is talking about at the moment. We already know that exercise is good for us and often helps us to come up with great and innovative ideas, especially when walking in fresh air. But is it possible to move every meeting or workshop out into nature? Where are the limits and what is such a format particularly suitable for? In this blog post, we will discuss what to consider when planning walkshops or walk and talks and for which tasks th
Going from zero to a hundred rarely works, especially not in meetings in which results are to be worked out collaboratively. In terms of the group formation process according to Bruce Tuckmann (1965) certain phases are required that enable a group to work together constructively. It is therefore important to ensure that the group can go through each of these phases, even in short meetings. We offer space so that members can get to know each other (forming) and clarify their i
Summer is coming to an end, the days get shorter and cooler. This time of the year is perfect to take walks and hikes. The right time to take people out to nature and plan walkshops. But what does it take for a successful walkshop, especially in autumn? Here is a quick summary of five most important points to keep in mind: Before planing the walkshop, it is important to clarify the extent of the walking or hiking tour, to make sure that it is suitable for the workshop group.
According to the motto "moving mind in a moving body", the philosophers in ancient Greece dealt with the big questions of life while walking. The peripatetics (peripatos = Greek colonnade), the pupils of Aristotle, met in the hall and philosophised together while strolling. Our experience is that ideas flow while walking! Depending on the time and the question, specific topics and challenges can be dealt with in short walks or even mountain hikes, using the exertion of walkin