Self Empowerment: products

1. Stress

When:

To respond to legislation on work-related stress
To support front line personnel in direct contact with the client at a time of crisis
To prevent chronic stress in specific personnel to ensure they are working to their full potential
To improve the relations management skills of your personnel in intense situations and “challenging” contexts

Method:

Interventions aimed at making participants aware of their inner dialogue, in order to create a greater connection with themselves, on a mental, emotional and energetic level: the goal is to induce a higher level of “presence”, which helps the individual to choose the most favorable thought patterns, reacting in a more constructive way to things that happen

How:

Groups of 12 people

 

2. Personal development

When:

To develop a mindset and the capabilities which allow an individual to actively interpret changes, rather than endure them: that is, when you want to encourage a move from a passive attitude, as a “spectator“, to a more active attitude, increasing an individual's sense of personal responsibility

when you have tried to make a change, or to reach a goal, but encountered resistance, people seem uncomfortable, or are slow to adopt new behaviours, despite your efforts.

Method:

Participants are encouraged to explore the gap between the present and the desired goal, focusing on their thoughts, emotions and preconceptions of the objective. Limiting factors and available resources are identified. Change alignment is established, progressively and ecologically, to achieve the desired objective. Because personal development happens first in our minds and only then evolves into actions and behaviours.

How:

Groups of 12 people, plus remote individual follow-up

 

3. Wellbeing

When:

To enhance individual talents;
To promote a corporate culture of wellbeing as a tool for personal and professional growth;
To support your company in generating increased wellbeing in the workplace through interventions that improve both physical and mental condition, in order to generate: an increase in productivity, a significant reduction in stress, greater and more natural propensity to teamwork, and a clearer, more active mind to make decisions and manage problems.

Method:

Experience-based workshops, residential activities or themed discussions. All activities in which, by giving an individual a specific “experience”, we highlight behaviours which are dysfunctional to wellbeing and seek new, more useful alternatives.

How:

Groups of 12 people, plus remote individual follow-up

 

4. People Care

When:

There is a need to support personnel in achieving a good work-life balance
To support improvement in environment quality and working systems
Ad hoc project requirements, based on specific company demands and the needs of its personnel
Cultural solutions relating to personal and relational issues (family relationships, parenting, ethics, sustainability, multiculturalism, etc.)

Method:

Making people aware of the factors that increase wellbeing (self-acceptance, relationships with others, personal growth, clear life goals, ownership of one's environment) with particular reference to the latest neuroscientific research.

How:

Small group activities, lasting a day or an evening; or webinar and video discussion.