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Ben Hartwig

Languages: German, English

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Resilience through Applied Improvisation Other beginner
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Dr. Ben Hartwig is an experienced trainer, scientist, and actor. He is regularly active on stage as part of the ensemble of the best known improvised theater company Springmaus in Germany and the professional cast of ImproBubble in Brussels. Dr. Hartwig founded Neuroblitz – Science, Communication, Improvisation after working at the Max-Planck Institute in Cologne for eight years. With Neuroblitz, he merges science and improvised theater in innovative workshops and seminars to create inspiring talks and engaging training. Dr. Hartwig has received multiple awards as a speaker and actor. In addition, he has published and contributed to multiple publications in the areas of epigenetics and genetics. He is fluent in German and English and conversational in French and Romanian. Dr. Hartwig has worked with the European Institutions since 2018 and has facilitated training in Europe, Asia, Australia, and North America. Resources used Books: o Harvard Business Review (Emotional Intelligence Serience) o Angela Duckworth - Grit o Robert Kegan, Lisa Laskow Lahey - Immunity to Change o Gretchen Rubin – The Four Tendencies o Daniel Kahneman – Thinking Fast and Slow o Gabriele Amann – Mikroimpulse Resilienz o Dr. Christina Berndt – Resilienz o Kelly McGonigal – The Upside of Stress o Emmy Werner - Journeys from Childhood to Midlife: Risk, Resilience, and Recovery o Brian Tracy – Eat That Frog o Adam Forbes – The Pomodoro Technique § Science o M. Wessa – Hot Topic: Resilienz und Prävention o Kalisch et al. – The Resilience Framework to combat stress-related disorders o Rees et al. – Understanding individual resilience in the workplace: the international the collaboration of workflow resilience model o Niitsu et al. – A systematic review of Genetic Influence on Psychological Resilience o Windle et al. – A methodological review of resilience measurement scales