Stiftung Haus Lindenhof
Design & Moderation "Fachtag Sozialraum" (Social Space Symposium)
_Developing the potential of social space work
_Create a sense of community
Stiftung Haus Lindenhof was founded by the Diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart and the Caritas Association of the Diocese in 1971. Today, 108 facilities at 65 locations in the Ostwürttemberg region and the district of Göppingen belong to the Haus Lindenhof Foundation. 1800 employees currently accompany, support, care for and look after around 2200 elderly people and people with disabilities who are in need of care. www.haus-lindenhof.de
Social space orientation is one of the major trends in social work. During the symposium, more than 80 executives are to develop a common picture of the foundation's social space orientation, work out the status quo, potentials and potential hurdles. At the same time, the symposium is also intended to strengthen the community and provide plenty of space for exchange and networking.
The guiding question for the day, "What can a social space-oriented Haus Lindenhof Foundation look like?" formed the basis for an intelligent mix of presentations, working in small groups, and live feedback through voting or TED polls.
The focal points were:
_Dialogue islands on the topic of self-image, hurdles, readiness for change and scope for action.
_World Café to explore the topics in greater depth
_ Strategic classification of the topic by the management in dialog with the plenum.
_Presentation: Best practice examples from other companies.
_Summary and classification of the findings after each module by the moderators.
The focal points were:
_Dialogue islands on the topic of self-image, hurdles, readiness for change and scope for action
_World Café to deepen the topics
_Strategic classification of the topic by the management in dialogue with the plenum
_Vortrag: Best Practice Beispiele aus anderen Unternehmen
_Summary and classification of the findings after each module by the moderators
"The day was a great success and is still having an impact. For us as a core team, it was particularly important that every single employee could really participate in the process. We solved this perfectly together with ebene c - through many small groups, good questions, digital voting and open dialog with the management."
Steffen Müller, Organizational management of the area of living for people with disabilities
"Thank you for a good day! For me, the most important thing was that this day contributed a big step towards the participants' perception of the complex topic of social space orientation as being a very fixed and very important part of our work through interactive working methods. The work was so intensive and effective due to the day structure designed by ebene c, that we only really noticed that there were over 80 of us when we took the group photo."
Katja Koppelmann, Staff Office for Development and Quality Project Management Living and Care in Old Age