- Classroom Training
- Virtual Training
8 - 12
Anyone who has ever dealt with personality typology probably experienced that we easily start to arrange people into categories and boxes. But what if we say that in a certain context even contradictory qualities are fitting to us? Isn’t it a paradox? It probably is, but Lumina embraces paradox and builds on it.
Prior to the training the participants are requested to fill in an online questionnaire so that we can generate their Lumina Spark portraits. The model is easy to understand, but thanks to the 24 qualities, it offers deeper insight at the same time. We are the guides to the participants on their journey to discover their personality. We enable them to recognize and appreciate the diversity (even their opposites) and to adapt their approach to their communication with different colleagues.
During the training we work with individual Lumina Spark portraits, focusing on the holistic view of the personality, its underlying, everyday and overextended persona without labelling, boxing or stereotyping.
Lumina Splash is an interactive application that can be downloaded by participants so that they can access their digital profile at any time and share it with their family, friends or colleagues via QR code or compare their results with other participants.
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