Emotions define territories
People draw the boundaries of our landscape with thoughts and emotions which give a particular color and brightness to our daily lives.
Emotional Competitivenes involves the internal transformation (of organization) to face the external transformation (of context). Emotions are the "core" of responses in human systems. The neurobiological approach to emotions has been a great development in the therapeutic process and the treatment of individual symptoms. We focus on the potential of human systems to transform their lives and reshape their development potential. Emotional competitiveness is a proposal to transform the approach of emotions in work spaces that allow new responses facing new challenges. Learn more
Five formulas to unlock the potential of people
The influence of emotions on the ability to create new opportunities for development. More
The impact of emotions on the subjective meanings that define the interpretations and daily explanations. More
The rol of emotions in the adaptation strategies and the dynamics of change in human systems. More
The influence of emotions in decisions that define the permanence of an organization. More
The impact of emotions in the performance of people, management models and social interaction. More
Living in unstable contexts
We have been educated and trained to live in known worlds. Our tools work in predictable contexts under stable conditions. But this historic time presents unprecedented situations with new requirements for individuals and organizations. In these videos, we show different faces of this change.
Chapter 1: The vulnerability of the precision
Dealing with virtual Contexts
We are experiencing a time of social transformation which challenges our responsiveness.
Emerging contexts are social systems that are in transition to new structural forms.These can be organizations, markets, or communities—productive systems that are transforming their life patterns. The special feature is that these new rules are incipient. This means they are forming in a diffuse way. Therefore, it is difficult to predict with relative certainty the characteristics of these systems over time. More
We are experiencing a turbulent transition, moving from an old industrial model towards an unprecedented economic context. We have been educated for stability but the current competitive environment is unstable. How can we prepare to live in unstable contexts?