Here we are!

One of the most fulfilling aspects of our work over the years is that of staying in touch with people we meet in our workshops and sharing both the progress and the obstacles we face in achieving our private and professional life goals. Now, more than ever, we feel the need to touch base on […]

What changes is Covid-19 calling upon us to do? What is our resistance?

How can we take 100% responsibility for what we want to create? As it has with many people, Covid-19 has had an impact on us. We underestimated the problem initially: “it’s just a flu”, “people are panicking”, “we won’t stop our activity”, “we must continue”. At a certain point, we could no longer ignore the […]

The value and the power of co-creation

My head was in full command at all times: control, reason, and power. These are the strategies that helped make me effective and successful. I then discovered, in the course of my work of Personal Mastery, that I had emotions, and started using them as a source of information.

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The role of the leader today

Today a new type of leadership is required: the leader can no longer just plan, control and direct, but his/her is called to become a guide, a coach, a “gardener”, a real catalyst that fosters and nourishes growth, versatility and creativity of his/her own organization, that is a source of inspiration and a point of reference for all company stakeholders, ranging from employees to customers, partners and investors.

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Susan David

The gift and power of emotional courage

Psychologist Susan David shares how the way we deal with our emotions shapes everything that matters: our actions, careers, relationships, health and happiness. Source

How facing the challenge to change

The point is not acquiring ad hoc skills and competences, but changing our mind-set to face every kind of change drawing on our talent and potential.

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The biology of our best and worst selves

How can humans be so compassionate and altruistic and also so brutal and violent? To understand why we do what we do, neuroscientist Robert Sapolsky shares his cutting edge research into the biology that drives our worst and best behaviors.