Nastja Mulej

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Nastja Mulej is a Master of Communication, Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Sociology. Curiosity and a desire to learn have driven her to acquire an exclusive trainer license for more effective constructive thinking (Six Hats), more creative thinking (lateral thinking) and direct teaching of thinking for schoolchildren (CoRT – Cognitive Research Trust) following the principles set out by Dr Edward de Bono. She teaches thinking techniques at workshops organized for companies, schools and individuals, and, if necessary, also moderates meetings for her clients.
She led the department for new ideas at the international agency New Moment. She organized the New Moment Ideas Campus in Piran, an international interdisciplinary gathering with the aim of fostering creativity in all areas of the human spirit, edited journals and books published by New Moment in three languages, organized exhibitions, performances, concerts, meetings and trainings, advised on strategic communication projects for the agency’s clients and was a member of the jury at more than ten international advertising festivals. In addition to transferring her knowledge and experience to younger generations as a lecturer at several colleges, she now writes for various journals and is responsible for media relations at the Slovenian Marketing Association. She has travelled to more than 60 countries, swum with dolphins, skydived, and is now trying to start a positive revolution in her own country, as well as teaching all of this to her two precious children.

Six Thinking Hats

Dr Edward de Bono’s Six Thinking Hats® is a globally renowned tool that will change the way your team thinks and communicates – with real effect and impact.
With the Six Thinking Hats®, you will learn to:
• Shift your thinking (and others) from negative to positive.
• Shift your thinking from emotional reactions to facts within seconds.
The Six Hats approach reduces adversarial thinking and encourages clearer, more effective thinking and idea development.

Workshop objectives:
• Learn to use different approaches to business problems.
• Explore all aspects of each situation and generate alternatives that go far beyond obvious solutions.
• Encourage you to separate fact from opinion, to look fully at both positive and negative options and expose hidden agendas that can sabotage meetings.
• Stimulate innate creativity and help you to discover how to turn seemingly insoluble problems into real opportunities.
• Confidence to apply skills that have been taught and practised throughout the day, immediately upon your return to the workplace.