For example, the participants tested the self-evaluation method, where three types of factors are used to assess the personal situation in the area of not fulfilling hidden desires. An example of factors affecting our engagement:
- structural factors: things that many of us share and cannot change individually, but can be adapted/changed over time through collective action;
- personal factors: things that are specific to our individual situation and cannot/or can change us to some extent;
- competence development factors: things that speak about our individual knowledge, abilities and attitudes and on which we definitely have a developmental influence.
The participants of the meeting, together with the moderator, tested the role of the participants, as well as in the role of the training provider.