Every day you play social games: impress the boss, dating, onboarding, giving feedback. Learn how the wrong rules and roles can negatively affect your social interactions. Make work, family and relationships easier to navigate today.
This handbook introduces a new way of thinking about socializing and social design. It will help you conceptualise how to: 1) Design better social processes and environments for work teams, classrooms, online platforms, co-living spaces, or other groups 2) Become more skilled at navigating difficult social situations If the ideas presented here seem useful to you, sign up to our database of practices, or schedule time with a Social Arts Trainer for 1-1 Coaching or Game Designer Training
Introduction: Playing Social Games
A framework for human interaction.
PART 1: Lowering Difficulty
How can good social designs support personal values and grounded play?
PART 2: Raising Ability
Coming Soon — PART 2: Raising Ability
'Game Changing Workshop'
Presentation Slides 30.12.20
How Can Improve My Social Arts Skills?
Personalized Social Arts Training
Nathan Vanderpool holds B.A.'s in philosophy and psychology, M.A.'s in cultural studies and religious studies, and a PhD in sociology. He has spent years designing rituals and games, and takes special delight in facilitating small-scale personal and social transformation.
Personalised Social Arts Training
Social Arts | Suite of Practices - Free
Access over 120 social relating games, personal development practices, group practices...Navigate the suite and find games &amp; practices for: * Introspection* Emotionally Checking In* Improving Communication* Conflict Resolution* Peer Support and Empathy Building AND MORE! The social arts dojo is now open, and your new trainers are here to help!
120+ Group Games for Loweing Difficulty + Making Ability Easier
Single Player Games for Raising Ability
Meaning Supplies: Your Source for Meaningful Living
No one knows how to run an economy on meaning, rather than consumerism. Meaning Supplies is an attempt to find out. What Amazon is for stuff, we aim to be for meaning: to help you understand what's most meaningful in your life and to learn from the lives of others.
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