What I liked about it
  • experience
  • practical
  • makes you reflect on yourself
  • structured, well prepared
  • good practice
  • loved it
  • recurring theme of using fairy tales as lessons/examples
  • "two takes" exercise
  • role playing/interaction
  • stories
  • brought me outside my comfort zone
  • another interesting view on how people behave
  • very professional presentation from start to end (mix of theory and practice, nice slides, the role games helped to feel)
  • lots of content, but not rushed
  • the openness of the presenters about their own life (situation)
  • very useful
  • new insight in my own/other's behaviour, ery well presented, enthusiastic
  • I saw myself in the situations that we saw and how I could improve. THANKS for the "why did I think that?" -> this was great!
  • relaxed. fun. inspiring!
  • Food for thought...
  • Cool fairytale and drawings
  • everything: the subject, the form
  • good balance between talk and exercise
  • good exercise
  • well planned, good materials
  • logic & dynamic of the session
  • presentation style: lively, involving
  • very interactive
  • useful & unexpected
  • nice slides
  • format, subject, interaction
  • the exercise
  • the injected self-awareness
  • got to discover the 5 coping stances, learned how to recognize them in others and self
  • just enough role play, given with enthusiasm
To improve
  • I think the "loving/hating" part is not fitting the little boy
  • keep it
  • cover less material (or have longer session), so that people have a better opportunity to grasp concept of congruence
  • a little bit more guidance on the role play: apart from the stances, have clear roles/responsibilities
  • not much!
  • provide more real live examples about the different stances
  • perhaps an addition to learn how to deal with incongruence of others
  • got me a while to grasp these are COPING stances, not when you're relaxed. Could be me though!
  • less slides
  • more people
  • less abstract personal experiences
  • de-roling at the end of the exercise
  • it could benefit from a faster pace
  • place for more people :-)
  • something on how to react to incongruent behavior (apart from being congruent yourself)
  • make one group play in front of the other, or film one of the groups and show it to others
  • done (make it perfect)
  • learn more on how to react or to anticipate
  • how to deal with incongruent people