In this practical course, primarily aimed at building capacity to move from a culture of contest to a culture of cooperation, we will explore concepts such as contest versus cooperation, trust and meaningful conversations a shared language and build a conceptual framework.
Scientific foundations of this conceptual framework will be investigated using a variety of sources. This framework will then serve as a means to analyse one’s own environment through structured conversations and reporting in small groups. Based on this analysis, the groups identify what is needed for strengthening cooperation and trust within one’s own environment or organisation.
These analyses and proposals will be collected in a report, and each participant’s personal learning will be presented in short presentation.
The schedule will be available on Datanose. Please note: this course is scheduled on Wednesdays between 5:30 and 7:30 PM (earlier another time was communicated).
Registration is open to students participating in an Honours programme. Between 8 June 10 am and 12 June 11 pm, you can register by completing the online registration form that will appear on our website Honoursmodules IIS.
Please note: Registration is not through SIS. Placement is at random. There is no guarantee for placement if you register after June 12, so make sure you register on time. You will hear which course(s) you are registered for in the week of 20 June.
If you have any questions, please contact us at Honoursemail@example.com.
SDGs in education
The IIS strives to reflect current societal issues and challenges in our elective courses, honours modules and degree programmes and attempts to integrate the following Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in this course. For more information about these goals, please visit the SDGs website.