Randi Beier-Holgersen



Ture Larsen

Ture Larsen

Composer, Musician & Conductor


Conducting the Kitchen

Ture Larsen has composed many works and arrangements for theatre, film, jazz ensembles and symphony orchestras. Today, his focus is teaching surgeons to leverage their non-verbal communication skills in the operating room.

Randi Beier-Holgersen, Senior Surgeon of Nordsjælland Hospital,, Denmark, is responsible for the training and education of junior doctors and medical students.

At the sixth MAD Symposium, Ture Larsen and Randi Beier-Holgersen introduce their research on utilizing the non-verbal communication skills of conductors as an educative tool for leaders in other fields. With the help of the crowd, and “guest conductors,” David Zilber and Mette Søberg of noma, they demonstrate the power of non-verbal communication, providing examples and uses for it within the restaurant environment.

 

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