Reframing applied

plus a pinch of scientific background

Mar 22
Reframing applied Cosima Laube

Lately I came across a couple of occasions for applied cognitive reframing. Just three recent examples:

  • "I am wasting 2,5 hours per day for commuting." versus "I have time to sort my brain, be on the water, hear music or even do sports - and I am arriving at some already in a mood ready for my eveni…

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Who Says?

Experimenting with your core beliefs

Jan 22
Who Says? Cosima Laube

(picture credits: Frits Ahlefeldt, license: CC BY-NC-ND)

Who Says?

On new year's eve I read this tweet of my friend Marianne where she planned to ask 'Who says?' more often in 2017. This little question already made me think in this moment but I did not expect that it would keep working that long i…

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Nachlese PM Camp Dornbirn

Was ich über das Unterscheiden und das Trennen gelernt habe... und noch mehr...

Nov 29
Nachlese PM Camp Dornbirn Cosima Laube

(picture credits: Joachim Schlosser, license: CC BY-SA)

Am Fr/Sa 18./19.11.2016 war ich Teilgeberin beim PM Camp Dornbirn. Dornbirn ist quasi die "Mutter" der PM Camp Bewegung, die mittlerweile in vielen Städten europaweit Unkonferenzen zum weiten Themenkomplex Projektmanagement auf die Beine stellt…

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Pro-Action Café

Art of Hosting - a full evening long

Nov 04
Pro-Action Café Cosima Laube

(picture credits: Frits Ahlefeldt, license: CC BY-NC-ND)

Yesterday I attended an evening full of meaningful conversations at Bregenzer Salon in - you guess it - Bregenz (Lake of Constance).

The evening was based on methods and elements from the Art of Hosting and the main part was having a Pro-Actio

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Unterscheide, ohne zu trennen.

Mein Beitrag zur Blogparade zum PM Camp Dornbirn 2016

Oct 13
Cosima Laube

PM Camp? Erstes Mal! Blogparade? Noch nie gemacht!

Und doch: ich bin dabei. Freue mich darauf. Aufs PM Camp Dornbirn... und hier kommt nun mein Beitrag, meine Gedanken zum Thema

Unterscheide ohne zu trennen.

Als ich diesen Satz im August das erste Mal im Blogbeitrag von Stefan Hagen las, begann…

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