WWJ No. 64 - “Design Thinkers Around The World, Part 1” with Zahara Chetty, Daryl Lim, Federico Granda
Did you know how Design Thinkers work and adapt their strategies in different cultures and environments? In part one of our new series “Design Thinkers Around The World,” join us with Zahara Chetty from South Africa, Federico Granda from Colombia and Daryl Lim from Singapore. During this live interactive session, let’s learn together about the approaches, vision and insights of our speakers, as well as members from our Web Jam community. Design Thinker or not a Design Thinker, everyone is welcome to be part of the conversation!
Visual Mapping: Fieke Sluijs
In a very open-hearted interview Edward Molkenboer shared his stories and reasons to create social impact. For a short time he lived as homeless, confronting himself with this way of living. From this first hand experience, Edward found his strong drive and motivation in making social impact with, and for others. From then onwards, Edward’s latest project “The Social Impact Tour” started to grow. You can continue to follow his journey of change-making on https://telltoinspire.com
At next Wednesday’s Tea Bar Beer Pub we’ll be talking about Design Thinking Practices. Let’s appreciate that we have all different levels of experience - Design Thinkers and non Design Thinkers. Bring your questions, exchange favourite methods and tell your secret tricks! Anything is welcome.
Leadership… one word with multiple interpretations. It is one of those topics which brings up strong emotions and has the potential to result in hours of debate. Join us as we unpack this topic further – whether you consider yourself to be a leader or not.
We will explore the key aspects that are essential in developing one’s leadership presence. In doing so, we will examine the definition of leadership, key traits and characteristics of effective leadership, leadership styles, and how we follow the leader. Join us for an interactive session with activities, as we engage in individual and collective exploration and reflection, as we get a better sense as to: What maketh the leader?