Confidence to support human diversity
- Understand gaps in your solutions
- Grasp new perspectives as opportunities, not outliers
- Become assumption-wary
- Intentionally include those you have ignored and harmed
- Create a variety of solutions rather than one
Powerful new course videos & materials. Research teams typically end up doing two steps in one: identify concepts at the same time as seeing what patterns form across transcripts. You need to know how to let the data show the variety of people’s real interior cognition.
New Course Format – rolling out Nov-Dec 2022. Typical affinity grouping involves intuitive curation of how concepts fit together. Bias creeps in. This course covers a more representative understanding of people’s perspectives, continuing the abductive method.
Live Practice Group
Next Live Practice: Cultivate Emergent Patterns
Extend your learning in exercise-packed meetings using shared conference line & canvas. Enjoy personal feedback from Indi and from peers around the globe. As long as you’ve watched the Course videos, any time in the past, you can join.
- Supplements one Course at a time
- Four 2-hour meetings, plus a kickoff
- Group A or B covers most time zones
- Limit: 20 people per Group
You will qualify for Certification in Problem Space Research if you fulfill both of the following requirements. The certification is a link you can show on your LinkedIn profile and is also available in printable format.
- You complete all six video courses
- You actively participate in exercises during all four Live Practice sessions for each of the six course topics. This is how Indi has a chance to assess your level of understanding. Live Practice for each course is offered every few months.
Upon Certification, your name will be added to the list of graduates, and you will be able to add a credential to your LinkedIn or Xing page. There is also a printable PDF certificate available.
Empathy Among Teams 4hrs
How to embrace the gradual growth of relationships, and how to recognize why you are having friction in certain ongoing interactions.