Syntony as a LIFEStyle why and how this is created by the Science and Arts for Social Change

Who is Sarah? She is interested in understanding and designing environments and instructional approaches that help people learn how to think.

She started with the studies Communication & NLP in 1999 and after four years of integrating the Integral Theory She started to practice this Mapping & Modeling But that is not enough anymore. We are in a big Change of history so She started to study the Systems Theory ..16 years of Ervin Laszlo,s work, this FieldTheory, the new Collective Mind started to show here the insights and the emergence. So, she experienced ‪#‎SystemsThinking‬ shifting into Systems Feelings into ‪#‎SystemsBEING‬ Through Evolutionary Leadership for Sustainability, a great way of Learning through Saybrook University guided by Kathia Laszlo. Project X: the Learning how to learn Communities are building great new networkspaces to interact with others and to share and learn deeply, this is what is making us more ‪#‎creative‬– She started with the Course offered by the GBU a great software that she is now taking over where the GBU left off.
She is now Offering the Evolutionary Leadership for Sustainabilty to help others how to experience this trust through collaborating deeply – She is Offering all the publications, Materials & Researches –
Her research focuses on the development of thinking and understanding, learning in and through the arts, and learning in learning communities.IMG_3632

Recent projects include: The Qualities of Dialogue the Syntony Conversations : Excellence in Arts Education and How to Do this, and investing in platform actions to see how arts educators and arts programs in diverse contexts and communities across the United States define the characteristics of excellence—the “qualities of quality”—in arts teaching and learning; Learning in and from Study Centers, an investigation into how visitors learn in the ( Harvard) Art study centers; Artful Thinking, a program that helps classroom teachers use works of art in subjects across the curriculum in ways that strengthen student thinking and learning; and Visible Thinking, an approach to the teaching of thinking that emphasizes the development of thinking dispositions, the use of “thinking routines,” and the documentation of student thinking and learning.IMG_5173-0IMG_6939

In my short time with Ms Verwei:’  I found her to be warm, open, gracious and introspective – in short, qualities more traditionally associated with women. I felt relaxed, comfortable and unhurried talking with her, in part because she seemed more focused on having a conversation than on announcing or positioning herself.”  this is a message receiving from men in business……

By making this observation, I’m reinforcing a stereotype about women — and by implication a parallel stereotype about men, and especially male leaders, as dominant, aggressive and certain. So be it. For all the exceptions, these stereotypes feel true more often than they do not.

If all founders are their first employees, suggests Sarah, it’s essential they treat themselves well—and allow themselves the chance to feel human, to visit the family during the holidays. “As captain of the ship, I’m setting the culture,” she says. “I have to set the example. When we’re ready to hire more people, I want Syntony International  to be personnel-friendly, a place where people are happy to come to work.”

Once those last orders went out, Sarah made sure to make the office a saner place to work. She is in a Play and practicing of Pilates and walking long adventures at the beach,  no competitions.

Sometimes this sets her a little back. But as she turns the lights off each evening, it only requires a bit of imagination to think of the days when new employees will appreciate this insistence on a sane office culture. “It’s for the greater good,” she says

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