Jitske Kramer travels the world, looking for ways to build strong tribes and reinforce the relationships between people. And then she brings that knowledge back to the world of cooperation and leadership through challenging keynotes and master classes.
LESSONS FROM ANTHROPOLOGY
Within HumanDimensions we have years of experience in how to release the power of diversity in teams and organizations. We already know a lot, and learn new things every day, about how we can create open and inclusive work cultures. In short-term workshops or long-term working relationships. How we can use the wisdom of the minority and the collective in decision-making, with the help of, among other tools, Deep Democracy. How we can shape inclusive and participative leadership. How we can keep cultural changes and co-creation initiatives vibrant through anthropological insights and Viral Change, about how to spread behavior as an infectious virus throughout your organization. How we can see the future to make plans and strategies. How we can properly merge and dismantle. How we can work better together internationally. How we…. can tackle human issues using lessons from anthropology.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
And if we do not have an answer, then we look for new insights. On the Internet, in professional literature, through interviews and meetings, by travelling to places where people have found great, special and inspiring answers. We love to learn from local philosophies and rituals that can contribute to the creation of sustainable and healthy working relationships. There is so much to discover. Continuously in search of connections, over the past years Jitske Kramer has delved into the following topics:
- How people shape cultures. And how they change them. And how that helps us manage the processes of cultural change.
- How people deal with diversity and polarization and how they are able to build inclusive (working) cultures.
- How decisions are reached in groups. Which role hierarchies and leaders have in this process. Or could have. And whether or not this could happen with more autonomy.
- The best ways for people to work cross-culturally. Anthropological lessons for international teamwork. Global Leadership. Intercultural Intelligence.