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Conflict Tipping Podcast Episode 14: Adrian Wagner, Research Fellow at European School of Governance

In this episode Laura interviews Adrian Wagner, Research Fellow at European School of Governance and an experienced coach for organizational transformation.

Adrian was co-initiator of the Black Forest School of Metamodernism and served as an expert at the Institute of Transformational Leadership Berlin. For seven years he was a transformational facilitator and project manager for organizations such as the German Embassy of Turkey, Foreign Ministry of Germany, Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele, European Commission, and the World Human Forum. He studied Public Policy at the Humboldt-Viadrina School of Governance and was an independent researcher in Bruxelles for the Global Cooperative Trust. He also worked with Sam Pitroda on his new book Redesigning the World


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Laura May, PhD

Laura is a freelancer, former Executive Director of the International Mediation Institute and a negotiation and mediation lecturer.  Her doctoral research asked “in what ways does blame make villains in politics” and covered the gamut from literature studies and linguistics to psychology and neuroscience, victimology to political science.  Her expertise includes emotions,… MORE

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