Practice Partner Events:
19/11/2020 - Kearney IMP3ROVE
08/10/2020 - thyssenkrupp Management Consulting (TKMC)
18/09/2020 - Management Talk
14/12/2020 - MAP Christmas Party
03/12/2020 - Workshop Scholarships in Germany
08/06/2020 - MAP-Pubquizz
23/01/2020 - Communication Workshop
Once again, MAP is looking back on an exciting, especially turbulent year 2020.
The year 2020 started with a communication workshop. Peter Toenne, specialists and executives coach, gave interesting insights into the adequate management of conflict conversations. Due to the Corona crisis, the first offline event could take place in September, taking into account the hygiene concept: Rob Britton, former executive in, spoke about leadership in the airline industry. In the subsequent digital workshop with thyssenkrupp Management Consulting, MAP participants gained exciting insights into the day-to-day consulting work at TKMC. The next digital event followed in November with our new partner Kearney IMP3ROVE. The students had the opportunity to get to know the work at Kearney IMP3ROVE, but also to have interesting discussions about innovation management of the future. This digital year was then completed by two internal events: At the beginning of December, the students got multifaceted information about scholarships in Germany. Two former scholarship holders reported about their experiences with various organizations. The last event, the annual Christmas party, was again a zoom event. Thereby, old and new MAP participants had the chance to get to know each other.
After a successful year 2020, MAP would like to thank all its company partners and the students for their participation.
MAP Christmas Party 2020
Even in this turbulent year, the traditional MAP Christmas party was not missed. On December 14, 2020 the MAP participants celebrated the traditional Christmas party once again. For the fourth time, all old as well as new MAP members came together in order to look back to an exciting and special year 2020. This year the event took place, different than usual, in a digital format. Just like in previous years, the Christmas evening started with a short welcome by the MAP-Team and a short review of the events in 2020. In Breakout Sessions, all participants then had the chance to get to know each other. The following Christmas contest was the main part of the evening. Divided into small groups, the participants had to solve digital exercises about Christmas, MAP and Münster at different stations. Here, among other things, the creative vein of the MAPers was put to the test in writing a Christmas poem. In the end, the winning team was chosen and rewarded with a Christmas prize. Despite the digital format of this year’s Christmas event, all MAP members were able to make new friends and leave the evening with Christmas spirit for the upcoming holidays.
Map wishes everyone a Merry Christmas, all the best and especially good health for the upcoming year 2021!
Communication workshop with Peter Toenne
On January 23, 2020 the first MAP-event of the new year took place. Led by the specialists and executives coach Peter Toenne the students went through an interactive workshop with the topic of conflict conversations. To start into the topic, Mr. Toenne introduced the stages of conflict escalation and the derived strategies according to Glasl. After that, the participants split into two groups that received the same situation but with different roles – employee and manager. Both groups independently prepared the conflict discussion and chose one volunteer to simulate the talk in plenary. During the simulation the rest of the participants took up the role of the observers and afterwards gave feedback about the progress of the conversation and the goals of both parties. By discussing their observations after the conversation the students got an idea how to seek for a conflict conversation and how to find solutions for both parties.
We want to thank Mr. Toenne for the educational and inspiring workshop!
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