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Students will creatively practice self- and group empowerment and learn to take on leadership roles where no one dominates and the best decisions are made. Empowerment includes being clear about one’s intentions, being of service, being able to see the bigger picture, finding truth in all viewpoints, accepting rather than judging, etc.




All of us have moments in our lives when we have to take responsibility and carry the role of a leader. It is essential to be prepared for these moments and to be able to use the tools of leadership and empowerment. 


Theoretical learning of group processes and leadership skills. Practical exercises of group work. Role games. Creation of a group work, organising and event. 


Experiencing the role of a leader and a group member in different situations. Practising reflecting in a group process. Practising self empowerment tools. Analysing immature and mature behaviour in circles. 


SDG 10 Reduced Inequalities, SDG 4 Quality Education; SDG16 Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions. 


Psychology/humanities; Social studies; Languages; Arts; Entrepreneurship; Biology

Key concepts
  • Integral leadership
  • Social justice and systems of oppression
  • Grade, difference and power
  • Communicating with Compassion
  • Empowering each other – Coaching

Learning outcomes


  • Leadership skills
  • Tasks of a leader & of group member
  • Gaia theory
  • Positive, creative empowerment opportunities (win-win solutions)


  • Challenges & successes of a leader
  • Awareness of one’s role in planetary game (faith)
  • Emotions in group processes & ways to handle them
  • Success in leading group process
  • The meaning of “mature behaviour”


  • Being leader/participant during group process
  • Giving & taking reflection/ feedback
  • 2-4 group empowerment techniques
  • 2-4 self empowerment techniques


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