Course overview and pre-assignment
The main objective of the course is to learn how in-depth dialogue can help us to understand diverse and conflicting understandings, behavior and decision-making on corporate responsibility in global economy. During the course the students will learn what is (and what is not) dialogue, and further, the students will learn to better understand their own and others’ thinking and behavior, and act and speak in a more dialogic way. In addition, the participants will learn self-reflexivity and facilitation of dialogues.
This course seeks participants who are willing to challenge their perspectives and ways of conversing with themselves and others. We invite you to engage in a deeper dialogue that seeks to transform the way you and others are connected to issues that are of importance in the societies we live in. Thus, you will not just learn about corporate responsibility in global economy, but also learn to think in constructive ways and act towards increasing responsibility in economic organizing.
Note: Pre-assignments in order to be accepted for the course!
Students are asked to provide a brief motivation letter, and attend a personal interview before acceptance to the course.
Motivation letter: Please send a brief letter (at maximum 1/2 page long) to both teachers via email (email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org (note email adress!)) latest on Monday, October 24th, 2016. Please answer at least these two questions in the letter: Who am I? Why do I want to attend this course?
Attending a personal interview before acceptance to the course: Short interviews will be held on Wednesday 26th and Friday 28th. Please book the time for your interview latest as soon as possible via this link: https://goo.gl/wRTqp3
Syllabus and course material (such as readings)
Please find more information about the course in the Syllabus below. Readings and other material will be available later in "Materials".