I'm a creative facilitator and partner at the 130+ employee strong Stendahls digital agency in Gothenburg, Sweden.
As a facilitator I work with managing change processes and coach individuals and teams with the goal of creating strong creative teams, both within my own organisation and for clients. In my work I focus on conveying the need to embrace change, curiosity and collaboration in a world that becomes ever more complex and fast-paced by the day.
On my spare time I chase pro cyclists with my camera sitting on the back of a photomotobike.
Weird stuff like how old synthesizers work (but can't play them) and Eddie Izzard quotes (who can live without Eddie Izzard quotes?!).
Making the world a kinder place
Listen more than you talk
Bamse, the world's strongest bear. He was my childhood hero. He taught me to be nice to the nice. But to stand up for myself when being bullied. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bamse]
The power of talking less and listening more
Christer’s CreativeMornings activity
Am I really going to wear a business suit and unicorn slippers on stage in front of 300 people? Yeah, why not?!
Imagine a world without curiosity. It would be rather pale, kind of bleak.
I have CreativeMornings to thank for my new-found interest in curiosity, that has been hidden in plain sight for me for a long time
When I was three years old, I distroyed goverment property. Some would blame my parents, and they would be right.
Slave to Nothing Improvisations & Blinkenlights
Karl-Magnus Möller Curious about the curiosities of curiosity
Anna Lena Mayor Ekeblad I promise my courageous heart
I promise my courageous heart to always choose happiness
Be courageous, guys!
Have the courage to dream big, take small steps everyday and give yourself missions
I'm still so proud of this campaign we did. The whole city was filled with my text art.
One day Monocle Magazine came to Gothenburg...
Courage is to believe in yourself
Courage is to not know what will happen and still be brave enough to follow your heart
What if I put my energy and time into my stuff? Where can that take me? What could happen?
Jenny Theolin Designing by Making
Aim for the aftermath. What's that person going to say about you at the end after they have left your product or service?
We say hello all the time. We have enormously emotional hello's in our consumer experiences. But saying goodbye seems ridiculous to a product.
When do you reckon the first diagnosis of digital hoarding was..?
I was stunned with how deep it goes – what denial we're in around endings.