- I learned from my mother that as a child, I was curious all the time.
- I read books because I am curious to learn more.
- I use social media such as Twitter because I like to learn from other people.
- I like to ask questions such as questions to discover values people have. At the event #initiate19, I got the feedback from Barbara Ibo and David Halser that I am good at asking questions.
- I openly share research / publications, for example using issuu.
- I share life stories openly, for example because I think it is important that people, who work with me, can learn about what experiences contributed to making me the person I am.
- The logo of Frank Calberg Services was designed in an open design process.
- I like to develop and share ideas, for example by thinking.
- I like to get inspired from different areas such as photography music, animals and nature. Learning from what happening in different areas / industries helps me to increase diversity of thought and discover new combinations and opportunities.
- I develop, share and use creative thinking methods.
- I like to test, for example, user experiences to help strengthen learning and innovation.
- When I participate at events with other people, I appreciate when the moderator facilitates icebreaker exercises and use other methods to help people communicate with each other. That helps me feel safe.
- When I try ideas out, I appreciate when people around me praise my efforts to innovate. That helps me feel safe.
- When I learn something new, I make an effort to update publications I create.
- I make an effort to encourage the student / learner to choose as many things as possible himself / herself, for example what he / she wants to learn, when he / she wants to learn, and where he / she wants to learn.
Acts of service are among the love languages I like to speak. I like to help and do things for people, whom I love. For example, I like to bake a cake once in a while. And when I walk from a to b and see trash lying on a street, I regularly pick it up and put it in a trash can or recycle container.