Sessions & Presenters
Yeehaw! Saddle up because this year's presenters are going to be wild. Check back soon; our list will be updated frequently.
MindU workshops are a bit longer (about 5 hours) with three sessions occurring over three days. All sessions at Mindcamp SW are powerpoint-free. Hooray! In early February, we will send you an email asking you to select your top 2 MindU choices. Spaces are limited.
Ancient wisdom and 21st Century science meet in your brain and make you a badass.
Learn how to break down barriers THANKS to digital... Learn how not to screw-up BECAUSE of digital...
Tim Hurson, the founder of Mindcamp Canada, will be presenting a MindU session on The Astonishing Creative Power of Structured Thinking Stay tuned for more details!
Words + pictures = knowledge and meaning. Learn how wrapping words around pictures increases understanding and engagement.
90-minute Workshops are a great way to share exciting practices and new tools. They run for 90 minutes and are (for a number of great reasons) completely powerpoint-free! No A/V or tech will be available. Yes, you read that correctly!
Helmi van den Akker & Jojanneke Horstman
Co-designing a creative engine for innovation in a structured or regimented organization. Co-creating the Petrol Approach with a Dutch creative vibe.
Lose your head and explore the gap between agreed-upon, social reality and actual experience. See who you really are.
More easily learning things the hard way. You are closer than you think to that one thing you really want.
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This could be you! Apply today. Deadline for presenter submission is December 31, 2017.
Abby Wilkymacky & Kim Larkin
Building Empathy with Lego
Use Lego Serious Play Methods to explore how to build empathy into your collaborative life.
Facilitating across the senses. A sensory safari to explore new frontiers in facilitating creative collaboration
Come learn how to use a creative method (improv) to learn another creative method (design thinking)!
Listening is a sacred art. It is simple and it is complex. And, it is perhaps the greatest gift that we can give to humanity.