We at Rethink Human Being love
to give lectures and facilitate workshops.

Our starting point is the concept of SustainaBElity, and we focus on dialogue, presence and self-reflection - if needed, combined with a specific context or challenge you are facing.

We organize workshops and lectures at schools, public institutions and companies as after-work meetings, teambuilding-days, staff events or at other occasions.

 

Words from our participants:

“In a world of hard KPI’s and a focus on profit, it is liberating – yes, almost meditative – to be asked questions like… “Can war create peace”?... “Have you spoken with your mother about the things that really matter”?... “Are you present right now”?... “Are you afraid of dying”? It creates a fantastic foundation to discuss the important things in life and use these discussions as an impetus, as to how we want to be together e.g. at a workplace..”

– Thomas Lykke Olesen, Property Director Danske Bank Aarhus


“I participated in a very inspiring workshop with Christian Dietrichsen in connection with a conference in Aarhus. When us urban planners and architects discuss sustainability, it is most often about technical or social solutions. Christian turned our focus away from our professional knowledge towards ourselves, through humor and great insight. It’s an exercise that everyone working with a sustainable future should do.”

– Mikael Wallberg, Architect, Malmö Municipality


“With the concept of ‘SustainaBElity’ as a framework, Christian kickstarted the minds and conversation among the students. We reached deep into question about what really matters in life. What drives us and what we want to achieve together. And we found out that the most important aspects of sustainability is how we look at the planet and what we think of it. In that way, the concept of ‘SustainaBElity’ challenged many of the assumptions upon which we build our understanding of sustainability.”

– Jeppe Graugaard, teacher at Ry Højskole


”Rethink Human Being’ has completed a workshop with more than 200 participants at the Egmont Højskole. The cooperation between the school and the representatives of the organization was well and productive – all agreements were complied with. Through the evaluation and talk in the hallways, we sense that the students enjoyed the (self-)reflection, which the SustainaBElity game and concept inherently contains. The workshop primarily generated reflection and debate, and is well suited for e.g. a højskole. We warmly recommend the workshop with ‘Rethink Human Being'.”

– Nikoli Thrane Evans, teacher at Egmont Højskole


”Christianity contains some fantastic tales which we can weigh our lives and choices up against, but if the common person can’t feel that there is something larger at stake – here and now – then the tale is dull and meaningless. The ‘SustainaBElity’ game brings everyone into the conversation, and is a direct pathway into the human vulnerability. The game opens up the possibility, that I can see myself in my coplayers and see that I’m not alone in my insecurity and doubts”.

– Vicar Christina Laursen

We at Rethink Human Being love
to give lectures and facilitate workshops.

Our starting point is the concept of SustainaBElity, and we focus on dialogue, presence and self-reflection - if needed, combined with a specific context or challenge you are facing.

We organize workshops and lectures at schools, public institutions and companies as after-work meetings, teambuilding-days, staff events or at other occasions.

Words from our participants:

“In a world of hard KPI’s and a focus on profit, it is liberating – yes, almost meditative – to be asked questions like… “Can war create peace”?... “Have you spoken with your mother about the things that really matter”?... “Are you present right now”?... “Are you afraid of dying”? It creates a fantastic foundation to discuss the important things in life and use these discussions as an impetus, as to how we want to be together e.g. at a workplace..”

– Thomas Lykke Olesen, Property Director Danske Bank Aarhus


“I participated in a very inspiring workshop with Christian Dietrichsen in connection with a conference in Aarhus. When us urban planners and architects discuss sustainability, it is most often about technical or social solutions. Christian turned our focus away from our professional knowledge towards ourselves, through humor and great insight. It’s and exercise that everyone working with a sustainable future should do.”

– Mikael Wallberg, Architect, Malmö Municipality


“With the concept of ‘SustainaBElity’ as a framework, Christian kickstarted the minds and conversation among the students. We reached deep into question about what really matters in life. What drives us and what we want to achieve together. And we found out that the most important aspects of sustainability is how we look at the planet and what we think of it. In that way, the concept of ‘SustainaBElity’ challenged many of the assumptions upon which we build our understanding of sustainability.”

– Jeppe Graugaard, teacher at Ry Højskole


”Rethink Human Being’ has completed a workshop with more than 200 participants at the Egmont Højskole. The cooperation between the school and the representatives of the organization was well and productive – all agreements were complied with. Trough the evaluation and talk in the hallways, we sense that the students enjoyed the (self-)reflection, which the SustainaBElity game and concept inherently contains. The workshop primarily generated reflection and debate, and is well suited for e.g. a højskole. We warmly recommend the workshop with ‘Rething Human Being'.”

– Nikoli Thrane Evans, teacher at Egmont Højskole


”Christianity contains some fantastic tales which we can weigh our lives and choices up against, but if the common person can’t feel that there is something larger at stake – here and now – then the tale is dull and meaningless. The ‘SustainaBElity’ game brings everyone into the conversation, and is a direct pathway into the human vulnerability. The game opens up the possibility, that I can see myself in my coplayers and see that I’m not alone in my insecurity and doubts”.

– Vicar Christina Laursen