There are times in our personal and professional lives when we are aware we are making a choice. These are usually new situations, in which we have to take risks and we get ahead of ourselves. In these cases, we are not necessarily successful but we often feel satisfied because we feel we have taken on a challenge.
A question I often hear is: can we really overcome our limitations? Is it useful to think it is possible? Or does it just lead us to delude ourselves?
In order to talk about how to use feedback for learning we need not to view feedback as sources of conflict but rather opportunities for transformation.
This past year has been very important for us. We accomplished some demanding projects, in the attempt of leaving a generative trace in both the people and the companies we worked with.
Inside Out delivers a clear message: always wanting to be happy limits us. The last movie by Pixar deals with empathy and emotional intelligence.
People always talk about realizing their dreams, what if we learned to realize our nightmares too? Or, at least, to associate with them with greater ease?
From skills to potential: an attempt to turn training contexts into opportunities for personal and professional evolution, challenge and transformation.
To experience is to grow: a key instrument in the self-empowerment approach for the development of potential.
“You are lucky to have a dad like this”. My dad was smart and so I had people saying this to me quite often…actually too often.
Empowering nerd: a key to recovering a company’s generative and creative potential and acquiring greater creativity, dynamism, and vitality.