Successful people, teams and organizations share one common quality--the ability to change. Instead of remaining in some old paths they embrace the ability to adapt to requirements of our changing world.
This seminar is based on three simple but very important principles: awareness, authenticity and action.
Awareness consists of the ability to observe oneself in real time. That is, in the moment the things are happening. This enables us to observe our behaviour and patterns that are effective and serve us well and those that are ineffective. Also, it is important to learn to set very specific goals towards change, that is, what I want to change.
Authenticity is, according to the dictionary, genuineness, purity, originality, credibility. Authenticity means connecting our perspective of the world with the reality of the world. It is a process in which we question our assumptions and identify our commitments and wishes that are contradictory and thus prevent change. Authenticity means reframing these conflicting desires and assumptions so that they are overcome, allowing us to grow and develop. This step is often underestimated in the process of change but it usually determines whether the change is successful or not.
Action is learning to new ways of behaving and to a strategy of applying this behaviour in everyday life. The idea is to create new effective behavioral habits that help us better adapt to our surroundings.