a Virtual Workshop to to introduce an approach to dealing with your own vulnerability and fear in order to begin to build a culture of acceptance and support in your organization__

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a Virtual Workshop to
to introduce an approach to dealing with your own vulnerability and fear in order to begin to build a culture of acceptance and support in your organization__

We create the conditions
for your organization
to successfully face and react
to these times of crisis

We create the conditions
for your
organization
to successfully
face and react
to these times
of crisis

To create an environment that fosters compassion and mutual support, you need to start with acknowledging your own vulnerability.

Once you are able to understand your own vulnerabilities and survival strategies as a means to protect yourself, you can also show compassion with others and approach them with warmth, acceptance, and understanding.

Understand your Survival Strategies

When facing stress, you tend to raise the expectations towards yourself and the people around you, hiding your vulnerability and becoming less understanding.

While hiding your vulnerability protects you from outside harm, it prevents you from recognizing what your true needs are in that moment and, as a consequence, what are the needs and motives of the people around you.

The first step to break this pattern is to recognize what made you put distance between you and your vulnerability and how this kind of survival strategy became an automatic response.

Drop your Armour

Once you have understood how you started to hide your vulnerability in the first place, you can analyze what is the price you are paying for it and what would it look like if you “dropped your armor”.

What opportunities will you unlock if you remove the barrier between you and your vulnerabilities? What if all the people around you did the same?

From accepting Vulnerability to building a Culture of Compassion

Showing compassion during a challenging situation is equal to accepting vulnerability in yourself and in the people around you.

Only at that stage will you be able to respond to yours and others’ needs, as opposed to shielding yourself and reacting to others’ survival strategies.

By embedding these principles in your way of leading, you can turn a crisis into a moment to build cohesion and closeness, enabling people to tackle challenges together when our instinct would tell us to do the opposite.

To create an environment that fosters compassion and mutual support, you need to start with acknowledging your own vulnerability.

Once you are able to understand your own vulnerabilities and survival strategies as a means to protect yourself, you can also show compassion with others and approach them with warmth, acceptance, and understanding.

Understand your Survival Strategies

When facing stress, you tend to raise the expectations towards yourself and the people around you, hiding your vulnerability and becoming less understanding.

While hiding your vulnerability protects you from outside harm, it prevents you from recognizing what your true needs are in that moment and, as a consequence, what are the needs and motives of the people around you.

The first step to break this pattern is to recognize what made you put distance between you and your vulnerability and how this kind of survival strategy became an automatic response.

Drop your Armour

Once you have understood how you started to hide your vulnerability in the first place, you can analyze what is the price you are paying for it and what would it look like if you “dropped your armor”.

What opportunities will you unlock if you remove the barrier between you and your vulnerabilities? What if all the people around you did the same?

From accepting Vulnerability to building a Culture of Compassion

Showing compassion during a challenging situation is equal to accepting vulnerability in yourself and in the people around you.

Only at that stage will you be able to respond to yours and others’ needs, as opposed to shielding yourself and reacting to others’ survival strategies.

By embedding these principles in your way of leading, you can turn a crisis into a moment to build cohesion and closeness, enabling people to tackle challenges together when our instinct would tell us to do the opposite.

From the crisis
we come out with
courage, unity and humanity

From the crisis
we come out with
courage, unity and humanity

Help someone that you care about

we care about people,
that comes first and before everything else__

A lot of organizations are struggling in these times: NGOs, non-profit, school and education, sports associations for kids, etc. If you book a a virtual workshop for your team we will deliver the same, for free, to an organization that you care about.

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Stress Management & Resilience is a Virtual Workshop to manage yourself and strengthen your resilience in times of crisis__
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Virtual Collaboration & Leadxership is a Virtual Workshop to explore challenges, opportunities for working remotely and
how to enhance virtual collaboration__
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Help someone that you care about

we care about people,
that comes first and before everything else__

A lot of organizations are struggling in these times: NGOs, non-profit, school and education, sports associations for kids, etc. If you book a virtual workshop for your team we will deliver the same, for free, to an organization that you care about.

stress management and resilience featured image

Stress Management & Resilience is a Virtual Workshop to manage yourself and
strengthen your resilience in times of crisis__
Click the banner above to learn more.

Virtual Collaboration Leadership featured image

Virtual Collaboration & Leadxership is a Virtual Workshop to explore challenges, opportunities for working remotely and
how to enhance virtual collaboration__
Click the banner above to learn more.