Through the WebApp Learning Solution, we are able to deliver high quality programmes to - literally - every corner of the world. 

An inspiring vision for us is to make Positive Psychology available to people from different professional and cultural backgrounds.

From the beginning, we have seen a good resonance and effectiveness to our programmes. So we asked ourselves how we could bring art and positive psychology into completely different areas of society? meeting of the BMW Foundation Responsible Leaders Network 2019.  

There, we were guests at the Impulso Universitario institution. They offer leadership training to young adults from the surrounding villages of Merida, along the UN guidelines. 

We asked ourselves the following question: How can initiatives that do fundamental work like this, but have limited resources, be supported over distance?

The current programme is a learning path that runs over 6 weeks. The topics are:

  1. Principles of Positive Cooperation
  2. Clarification of goals
  3. Strengthening strengths 
  4. Actively leading constructive conversations

High quality programmes can be delivered to the far corners of the world through digital learning solutions.

The first opportunity for implementation came through the BMW Foundation network.  In our first "Social Impact" project "Positive Cooperation", we are working together with Netzwerk Chancena non-profit and independent organisation. The initiative promotes equal opportunities for children, youths and young adults from financially disadvantaged or non-academic families throughout Germany.

This meets the purpose we have found for PParts: Building bridges - creating resonance. 

Click here to read the interview about PParts' engagement (german version).

Programm description (german version)

We asked ourselves: what is our compass for orientation?

It was obvious to connect positive psychology, the exploration of a successful life, the creative attitude of art, with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations. 

We see the 17 SDGs as a reference point, especially for our social impact programmes.  

In particular, we see three of the 17 goals as highly appropriate:

SDG Goal No. 4 "Quality Education"; the digital learning solution is able to distribute high quality programmes beyond the local and sometimes limited possibilities of "live programmes". 

SDG Goal No. 5 "Gender equality";  is a central goal of our engagement. Thus, we plan an "African Women Leadership" programme in Uganda.

SDG Goal No. 3 "Good Health and Well-being"; is the direct link to our approach of combining positive psychology with creative work. 

For us, the SDGs are guidelines for taking a close look at what makes sense, is meaningful and achievable in respect of the single goals.