The adventure into the unexplored land of assumptions begins with our public seminars. Assumptions Institute has seminars about the power of assumptions for adults, professionals, and students. Contact us to schedule one.
Transforming your expertise
How does God inform the thing in which you are an expert or leader? Assumptions reveal how you can find and engage with God in any field. This unique insight coupled with a practical assumptions-based tool gives you a powerful strategy to help you make God important, relevant, and real in the boardroom or the classroom.
Real world critical thinking
You’ll discover a simple strategy and method that can help a student discern whether the message in a book or webpage, a TV show or movie, or a lecture or conversation is true or not and why? Upwards of 75% of Christian youth leave their faith every year. In just a couple of hours, students can learn a simple, practical skill to detect assumptions. When they do, they can figure out on their own the truth in the messages they encounter in class, from their friends, in their books, or in the media they voraciously consume daily.
The faith of a leader
Executives and leaders make important decisions daily that guide the direction and corporate culture of their organizations. The bedrock of every leader’s decision making process is a set of assumptions that generates an organization's culture, and that control everything a leader says, does, and thinks. In this workshop, you will examine what assumptions are, how they work and how they are built, and which of three basic sets of assumptions a leader operates from. You will learn a simple but powerful tool for detecting the hidden assumptions behind the issues, policies, data, or phenomena that leaders have to manage. Once these assumptions are identified, you can discern which are true and which are not so that a leader can make a more informed decision. Guaranteed you will learn a valuable skill from this workshop to enhance your leadership and live more consistent with your faith in your public life.