Unless you’re a lonely shepherd in the mountains of Tibet with just a Lhasa Apso for company, everybody, in some capacity or other, deals with people on a daily basis. As you probably know (and kudos if you don’t), dealing with people isn’t easy.
The book of clichés on people and what they mean to organisations is widely available, and you’ve probably read it more times than you care. But, often, even knowledge of potential problems isn’t nearly enough to help prevent them. People, in highly competitive or stressful environments, can behave in ways that create embarrassment at best and ugly, undesirable conflict at worst.
Our programmes aim at sharpening social and emotional awareness, which helps participants get better at self-management, collaboration, negotiation, conflict resolution, and decision-making.