Five Questions for Emily Johnston
Emily Johnston is one of our journey guides, being also in charge of the design of our programs & services. Emily is also passionate about nature & hiking -she has more than 5 years experience as hiking guide in her native Tasmania-, which explains why she enjoys walking meetings so much. Find out more about this and her sources of inspiration for 2019 by reading the following 5 Questions Interview.
Five Questions for Jannik Kaiser
Jannik Kaiser is not only our co-founder and co-CEO, he is also a visionary. Since May 2017, he lives in The Tannenbusch House, a co-creative space and open living room where people are encouraged to share, try things and develop. Next, he answers 5 questions on how he is facing the first part of 2019. Humor, listening and inspiring others are part of the mix.
Five Questions for Paulina Andrade
Paulina (32) arrived in Germany in 2016 from faraway Chile to pursue her master´s degree. Two years and a half later, she has found a place for inspiration at Unity Effect. Our communications & branding coordinator is also passionate about finding stories to be told and shared. Discover more by reading the following 5 questions- interview.
Five Questions for Franziska Kohn
Franziska (29) is in charge of the backbone structure of Unity Effect. She also performs as consultant for team processes & journey guide, a role that she finds highly inspiring. Franziska is also a passionate hiker; a nature & breathtaking views lover. Among other things, here she explains why high quality pauses are important for starting the year properly.
Sustainable business: why the sustainability of your project starts with you
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Listening to a moment can help the person speak change
Sharing and telling one’s moment, one’s story – as well as listening to someone else’s story this way, is a gift. It creates engagement, a connection – between the teller and the listener, and also within oneself.
Theory U meets New Work
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Theory U meets New Work: Wozu eigentlich?
Nicht nur sozial Engagierte sehnen sich nach Veränderung. Mehr und mehr Menschen in großen Unternehmen sind sich bewusst, dass ein radikaler Wandel nötig ist. Aber wie können wir diesen in Umfeldern anbringen, die noch immer auf alten Prinzipien beruhen?
5 (innner) capacities for changemakers
Changing the world doesn’t have to be as epic and overwhelming as it sounds. In fact, you have an impact on the world around you every day. Every little action, decision and conversation can have an impact that ripples out. So the question is: which kind of impact do you want to create?