What landscape are you facing?
What you see around you depends on your emotions. These emotions influence the design of your daily landscape.
Many times in our personal lives, we assume, with profound certainty, a specific perception of reality and defend it vehemently. However, we do not realize that perception is only one picture which has particular colors (that can be bright, warm, dark or gray) that depend on our personal emotional framework. We address daily events from the perspective of a personal image that takes on a particular color according to the emotional connection one has to the situation. Learn more
Five strategies to recreate your landscape
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 role of emotions to support the situation of change that allows create and hold new conditions of life. More
The influence of emotions on social connections to keep active participation in different contexts. More
The influence of emotions on the well-being of growth to hold personal or collective projects. More
People draw the boundaries of our landscape with thoughts and emotions which give a particular color and brightness to our daily lives.
Emotional Competitiveness involves the internal transformation (of organization) to face the external change (of context). Emotions are the "core" of responses in human systems. The neurobiological approach to emotions has been a significant 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 modify the approach of emotions in workplaces that allow new responses facing new challenges. Learn more
The possibilities to extend your territory depend on your emotional capacity to reshape, to create and hold new conditions of life.
The inner landscape represents your image of reality. Download the exercise to analyze your pattern decision.
This test assesses the emotional context of performance in a group or organization. You can define vulnerable points of intervention.
Inner leadership in organizations
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Emotions are responsible for image of the territory where we live.Our brain chemistry defines the limitations and potential of the landscape that we face daily. Our participation transforms the dynamics of facts in the subjective territory that we face daily.
When people face new situations, the first attempt is to cover the unknown reality with ideas and feelings from their past. Thus, the passage from uncertainty to action may have different motivation.