AGM and Leadership Conference
Henrik Schmidt is a Senior Development Consultant for Momentum Consulting A/S in Copenhagen. His areas of expertise are Brain Based Learning, Leadership Development, Change Management, Behavioural Design (nudging), Systemic/Executive Coaching and Cross-Cultural Understanding.
Henrik has more than thirty years experience as a teacher, trainer and coach. He started teaching in 1985 and became a School Principal in 2005. Concurrently, Henrik worked in educational counselling, and private health care and schools. He was also commissioned as a writer of educational and pedagogical materials.
In 2011 Henrik´s professional career took a major shift when he joined corporate life with Nova Nordisk as a Senior Leadership Development Specialist. Henrik worked for Nova Nordisk for almost eight years before moving to become an independent consultant with Momentum Consulting in 2018.
Much of Henrik´s time is is spent on investigating human conditions and studying the human brain. His passion is to communicate the implications of this knowledge to teaching, leadership and coaching.
Henrik has a Bachelors Degree that qualifies him to teach, a Masters Degree in psychology as well as Diplomas in leadership development, social counselling (`AKT`) and coaching. He has been married for thirty years and has two adult children. Henrik is an avid musician.
This presentation and workshop will work with different aspects of what you do when you lead. Henrik´s sessions will include many practical exercises, reflections in addition to theory sessions and tools for leadership.
Day two will work on planning how you can apply the tools in everyday situations.
Rosan Bosch is the founder of Rosan Bosch Studio and internationally renowned for her thought-provoking designs and innovative perspectives on how schools can sustain children as creative thinkers. She has a strategic, design-based approach and has worked with local and national authorities transforming education, from communities in Norway to the government of Argentina.
One of the most well-known projects of Rosan Bosch Studio is the Vittra School at Telefonplan in Stockholm, Sweden. With its open, imaginative, and dynamic interior, the physical space promotes modern and flexible teaching methods and principles. The design accommodates the school’s efforts to incorporate digital media and approaches to education – and the children’s playful approach to learning. Rosan Bosch Studio uses creativity as a tool for innovation and challenges established cultures and norms. She transforms physical environments into meaningful and significant experiences. The Studio has created celebrated and innovative public libraries and also designed workspaces for the R&D departments of global brands.
Rosan Bosch has worked professionally with art, design, and architecture for more than 25 years and founded Rosan Bosch Studio in 2011. She is educated at the University of the Arts in Utrecht, the Netherlands, and at the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Barcelona, Spain.
Designing for a better world starts at school
With Designing for a better world starts at school, Rosan Bosch connects 21st century education to
the design of learning spaces.
In this presentation, Rosan Bosch will explain how her design studio works with six distinctive design
principles, which connect learning situations and the design of spaces to create motivating learning
environments that enable working with 21st century skills. Based on these principles, the studio has
designed landscapes that are based on an understanding of the learning process.
Learning landscapes invite students to discover their full potential unleashing their creativity,
imagination and passion, while they also provide inspiration, foster positivity and even host room for
failure. This results in highly innovative learning environments that nurture all potential needed skills to
become outstanding leaders.
Design has a significant impact on our behavior in learning spaces. For Bosch, design is a strategic tool
to create differentiated learning environments that enable better ways of learning. Acting as a third
teacher, it can support efficient implementation of new teaching methodologies and implement a new
Her contemporary learning environments can be used as pedagogical tool with focus on the
interaction of the community, inviting students to experience different learning situations and to learn
how they learn in the best way. This is key for children to explore their intrinsic motivation and
passion, and to facilitate creativity in others. When more than 65% of our children will work in job
types that do not exist yet, collaboration, creativity and communication are fundamental skills to
develop the leaders of tomorrow.