Filmmaking is a collaborative process
A workshop on conflict management and cultural intelligence

The purpose of the workshop

Film professionals regularly face difficult relationships, misunderstandings and conflicts, many of which are caused by unskilful communication, especially between different cultures. These circumstances are endured with surprising passivity considering the fact that they cost a great deal of energy and affect the quality of the films.

The film industry has little interest in management issues. It is likely that, because of their social and humanist grounding, film professionals perceive knowledge and instruments which are targeted at improving productivity as alienating creativity.

Working Together is based on the opposite hypothesis. This initiative aims at bridging the gap between audiovisual production and what business calls leadership, and academic circles call organisational behaviour.


Date and venue

from Thursday 13 February to Sunday 16 February at the Chateau de Bossey, near Geneva, Switzerland

Application deadline

10 December 2019

Mentors

Julia Middleton, UK
Founder of Common Purpose UK
commonpurpose.org/biographies/julia-middleton
youtu.be/izeiRjUMau4

George Kohlrieser, USA/CH
Professor of leadership and organisational behaviour at IMD business school
georgekohlrieser.com
youtu.be/8Diqe6xWjic


Co-funded by

Federal Office of CultureMedia Desk Suisse