Process-oriented workshops and talksRead here how process-oriented workshops and talks make it possible for you to grasp and internalize a topic on the basis of personal experience.... Read more enable even large groups to actively process the presented topic. The individually prepared schedule can be abandoned at any time if participants’ processes require it.  Practical questions are answered in situ, which enables every participant to internalise the topic. All process-relevant, specialist topics can be illustrated in case studies, making them easier to grasp. Our process orientation is evident in our systemic approach. We work using roles, positions and cause-and-effect cycles, focussing less on the spoken word and more on participants’ personal experience with the topic, so that they experience it on the basis of their reactions. When dealing with the topic of ‘burnout’, for example, participants observe their own bodies for burnout signals.