CEPA: Communication, Education and Public Awareness for the Environmental Conventions.
Internet notebook about my work: deep listening to facilitate positive change
Friday, 9 March 2012
A message has to be repeated often enough to have the desired effect. "Jan van Eyck back in The Hague", was the small advertizement in the newspaper this morning. A few weeks ago I had read an article about the exposition. My interest was raised, but somehow I forgot all about it. This morning I saw this weekend would be the last opportunity. So I combined a visit to the museum with an appointment I had in The Hague. Grateful to the museum and the principle of `frappez toujours`, I thoroughly enjoyed the famous drawing with the ´Ridderzaal´ in the background. Below is a photo of the present situation.
A sustainable future requires change at all levels. Change is an individual and emotional event – that depends on collective actions for success. Deep listening, communication, learning and facilitation can help to create the will to cooperate: the key to trigger positive behaviour change.