Personal Values vs Social Values – Interintellect Workshop Salon
Interintellect founder Anna Gát investigates how we can define our personal values more clearly, and how they may relate to the values of our environment.
Courage, loyalty, tolerance. Perseverance, empathy, autonomy…
Most of us agree that the values we consider of highest importance in our lives don’t only influence but should actively guide our living arrangements, our career choices, and our private relationships.
Yet few of us possess the frameworks of introspection needed to clearly define our personal values for ourselves, let alone the toolkits of communication with which to discuss these and align ourselves with our loved ones and those we work with. We also sense that we exist in a wider context of values within our cultures and countries, but tend to be at loss when trying to differentiate between those versus our own personal values, in a healthy way.
At this Interintellect Workshop Salon hosted by Anna Gát, we will talk about our personal values, as well as the wider values of the cultures we live in. We will play games and engage in writing exercises to clarify which values are the most important to us in ourselves – and in others.
We hope you can join us!
- 2:00 pm in San Francisco
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- 10:00 pm in London
- 11:00 pm in Paris
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Host Name - Anna Gát