Seminars & Trainings

Vivian offers seminars and trainings both in a personal as well as in a professional context. She began working with groups already at the age of 22, accompanying people in personal development processes. Her forte is to work spontaneously, taking inspiration from the people present and the quality of the present moment. In this way, contents, methods and processes are created in dialogue with the participants. Frequently, new insights arise in this space — also for Vivian. This experience has been a primary area of interest for Vivian since many years, one she has also sought to share with others. The model of Theory U by C. O. Scharmer is the best she has found so far, to explain this phenomenon.

Vivian conducts her executive trainings and cultural development programs for companies in close collaboration with the Terra Institute.terra institute

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Transrational Ways of Knowing

Rational thought is a valuable way of approaching reality, but could it be that we need to expand our ways of knowing to meet these unprecedented times? In this conversation with coach and speaker Vivian Dittmar we explore the power of transrational thinking, the different types of thought or knowing, and what can get in the way of us having access to each of them.

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Let’s be honest - Racism, social inequality and structural violence

Racists - that‘s the others! No, says author Vivian Dittmar. Racism is everywhere and part of a much bigger problem: injustice and extreme inequality. In this article she calls for a fundamental change of the economic system, a shift that guarantees the well-being of every human being and that of our planet, a world where no one benefits from discrimination.

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Rendezvous with Death - A dialogue between Life and Death

Vivian Dittmar herself fell ill with Covid-19 and talks about her own story, as well as that of her mother and grandmother. She wishes that we, as global society, reflect on the relationship between life and death and hopefully are able to find a new approach to it.

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