Many specialists of their field, such as lawyers, engineers or doctors, invest a lot of time and energy in perfecting their technical skills in order to become experts in their subject, inevitably neglecting the development of transversal skills.
When someone lacking Soft Skills has to deal with the management of people, relational problems start to arise. As a result, coordination and effective management of work teams get out of hand.
The lack of transversal skills affects leadership, which in turn influences the organisation of work, the working environment, the performance and the individual and collective results.
Anyone wishing to improve and enhance his personal skills needs to reinforce relationship skills, communication, mediation, refine conflict resolution strategies and develop emotional intelligence. By doing this the human resource would endorse strategies to positively influence collaborators, managing to lead them clearly and decisively to the achievement of the targeted results.
In order to improve Soft Skills, you can undertake Executive Coaching courses. They specifically focus on the needs of the human resource to reinforce the range of transversal skills, cultivating self-confidence to increase leadership in order to inspire work groups.
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Jung and Pauli had no doubt that the answer was positive.
You surely have asked yourself at least once in your life if some events that have happened to you are just coincidences or if there is a bigger picture behind our whole existence. You are not the only one. Around the early 1900s, the Swiss-German psychologist Carl Gustav Jung and later the Austrian quantum physicist and Nobel prize for physics Wolfgang Pauli, concluded that not only these events are real but they gave it a name and an explanation: Synchronicity.
What is Synchronicity?
An interesting and complicated concept that Massimo Teodorani examines in his book “Synchronicity. The link between Physics and Psyche from Pauli and Jung to Chopra”. Here is the definition that Teodorani assigns to Synchronicity: “Coincidence of events in space and time as something that goes far beyond pure casuality (cause and effect); it is a peculiar interdependence of events observable between them or objective synchronic events with the same subject as the observer (Teodorani, 2006)”; in other words it is the manifestation of the relationship between mind and matter which shows that the physical and psychic world are interconnected.
According to Jung, when a person experiences many synchronicities, this person realises that they are governed by real wisdom, as if our internal world knows a lot about the external world and vice versa.
How is it possible?
The famous Nobel Prize in Physics Wolfgang Pauli, conceived, among other theories, a fundamental pillar for Quantum Physics: the principle of exclusion. This principle is an essential illumination that lays the ground for the law of synchronicity. In fact, what is observed at the subatomic level is a real electron dance, a real manifestation of the synchronicity between the particles.
On a psychological level, it occurs when there is a lowering of the conscious sphere mental functions (from brain rhythm B / B + to Alpha / Theta). It is in this condition that the unconscious is amplified and manages to emerge, coming into contact with the conscious. It is here that it connects with the archetypes, the primordial images inherent in our mind as well as in the whole universe, in what is called collective subconscious.
Can psychology and physics coexist?
Pauli’s exclusion principle forms a perfect parallel to Jung’s synchronicity principle. According to Pauli, it was clear that all synchronicities should have a common matrix and also the famous EPR paradox (Einstein, Podolsky, Rosen) supported his thesis. In fact, it showed how by removing two particles previously in contact, whatever their distance, they continue to communicate forever.
Synchronicity is the key that makes the dialogue possible between the physical and psychological field, between the external and internal world and the two authors also identified its representation: the mandala, a circular geometric representation, a spiritual and ritual symbol that represents the universe.
The two authors also made other more curious and astonishing observations: They observed how two different herds of monkeys, positioned on opposite sides of the planet, transmitted survival techniques without ever meeting; today this phenomenon is explained very well by science with the morphogenetic fields of Rupert Sheldrake; in addition, the two authors theorised how crop circles generally traced back to alien apparitions, in reality were nothing more than mandalas generated by electromagnetic fields, which appeared during times of severe human crisis such as during the Cold War.
It all seems a science fiction book and yet we are talking about reality and Quantum Physics which is still trying to explain phenomena that are incredible for our mind, but that we deeply perceive as familiar.
There is much more than what we see around us, just look carefully and learn to listen to the senses and perceptions, rather than words.
The latest research in the field of Psiconeuroendocrinoimmunology (PNEI) confirms that having strategies to regulate negative emotions and stress, allow to raise the immune system.
Psiconeuroendocrinoimmunology is the discipline that deals with the relationships between the psyche and the physiological regulation systems that compose the human organism: the endocrine, the nervous and the immune systems.
PNEI confirms that when a person’s mind is emotionally involved in suffering situations, such as fear, pain, anger, resentment, discomfort or distress for prolonged periods of time, the substances released into the body, which are the same ones that produce positive effects in the initial stress phase, they become as harmful as the toxins that pollute the body. Prolonged stress activates by which harmful mechanisms: among these, the most important is the decrease or suppression of the immune response.
So PNEI also highlights the bidirectionality of the connections between the psyche and biological systems, thus underlining the mutual influence existing between the psychic sphere and the physical-body level. What happens in our head affects the general physical condition, which in turn affects the psyche. He then explains how emotions and stress change the physical health and response of the immune system.
As a consequence, the negative emotional activation states vary the immune parameters, delaying the synthesis of antibodies, up to pathological phenomena, such as the development of autoantibodies, an event most associated with autoimmune diseases.
In this moment of general fear due to Coronavirus it is essential to have a healthy lifestyle and acquire emotional regulation strategies, such as Neuro Emotional Education techniques or meditation.
Nutrition: reduce the consumption of sugars in general and limit pro-inflammatory substances such as gluten and various caseins and poor quality fats, increase the consumption of spices and vegetables that help the immune system such as: garlic, ginger, cinnamon, thyme, lemons , onions, sage, rosemary, anise, coriander, papaya, watercress, horseradish, chamomile, basil, apples, carrots, broccoli, brussels sprouts. Remember to always drink enough water, preferably between meals.
Neuro Emotional Coaching: force yourself to direct your attention towards everything that you have and that works, observe the opportunities instead of directing your observation towards everything that does not work in order to release feelings of safety, strength and trust in your tissues rather than fear and anxiety. Practice Neuro Emotional Coaching every day and if you don’t know these fantastic techniques, sign up on the Quantasia shop for one of our online courses.
Quantasia SA also offers Neuro Emotional Coaching courses via Skype, to encourage the management of negative moods and stress.
Society is changing rapidly under the pressure of the great technological revolution. New and disruptive business models are changing the industrial scenario while organizations must respond to questions of constant innovation, management and care of a customer who is increasingly an active and aware part of the processes of creating products and services.
The relationship between people and organization has changed the reference models. In this context, the HR function is called to occupy a strategic position: it must become a real and powerful agent of change, through new skills, models and tools. And this transformation must begin from itself.
This book aims to provide HR managers with new reference paradigms, new models and new concrete operational tools.
After redefining the playing field in which the managers of human resources operate, each HR practice is deconstructed and reassembled in an innovative way in terms of the process, the skills that the function must develop, the technologies that it can use to be effective.
Several contributions from company managers act as a real counterpoint to the proposed models and with the help of specialists and scholars on the subject, further upcoming scenarios are illustrated: smart working, big data and neuroscience.
Alessandro Donadio is a HR Innovation Leader of PwC and #socialorg funder. He started working in the company in the field of resource development and training, then moved on to HR consultancy and organizational development. Passionate about ethnological approach, he explores organizations with a keen eye on his “tribes”: communities. His blog, Organizational Metalogues 2.0, is a reference point on the topic of social enterprise. Starting from the deepening of this concept, he began to build an innovative point of view on the transformation of the HR function, supported by important experiences in the field. He is a professor at the Sole 24 Ore Business School and columnist for various management magazines.
Contents and objectives
Until a few years ago, it was thought that the brain did not change after childhood and that from adulthood it was fixed and unchangeable. From the research of the last decade, scientists confirm that the brain changes and transforms throughout its life. Neuroscientists call this characteristic “neuroplasticity”. Neuroplasticity occurs every moment, every time you think, feel emotions or are in action. The notions and techniques of Neuro-Emotional Education, which will be presented during the course, are based on this principle and allow you to enhance your thoughts and emotions to direct them towards the objectives you want to achieve. A bit like sports preparation is for an athlete, Neuro Emotional Education allows you to increase your resistance to stress, to face challenges in a performing way, while maintaining focus and well-being throughout your life.
This experiential training is oriented towards personal development, it aims to provide the keys to find satisfaction and desire to engage with oneself. Strategies to pursue goals with greater enthusiasm and performance will be shared.
Focus of skills
The course is aimed at entrepreneurs, managers and corporate executives, employees and freelancers. More generally, to all those who want to improve their communication and relationship skills and abilities. The course includes a minimum of 8 and a maximum of 18 participants.
Claudia Vece – Founder of Quantasia SA of Lugano, she is an expert in Cybernetic Science and Neuro-Emotional Education techniques. Corporate facilitator, Trainer and Coach specialized in education for change and the enhancement of complex systems, she collaborates with the ISG Business & Economic School University in Portugal.
Wednesday 29 April 2020
from 09.00 to 18.00
via Pantano 9, Milan
Davide Inclimona Ph.: + 39 02 58370604
Participant associated with Assolombarda Confindustria Milano Monza and Brianza, Lodi: € 550 (+ TVA).
Participant not associated with Assolombarda Confindustria Milano Monza and Brianza, Lodi: € 670 (+ TVA).
ASSOLOMBARDA Servizi apply a 10% discount starting from the second member of the same company.
Knowing how to communicate effectively is a soft skill that covers all spheres of life.
The course aims to provide reasoning strategies and communication techniques to limit interpersonal conflicts.
We will therefore focus on the interpersonal relationship between company figures and the needs for effective communication between them.
The training aims to guide the participants to increase awareness of relationship dynamics, to improve their communication skills to understand and produce the best results in the professional field.
Particular importance will be given to conflict resolution techniques based on negotiation of personal meanings and mediation between the parties involved.
Tuesday 24 March 2020
from 09.00 to 17.15
@ Association of Ticino industries
Corso Elvezia 16, 6900 Lugano
Registration required no later than Friday 20 March 2020
The registration fee is CHF 350.- for AITI, FIT and ATIO member companies.
For other companies, the fee is CHF 390.-.
In this ground-breaking collection, Mary Helen Immordino-Yang—an affective neuroscientist, human development psychologist, and former public school teacher—presents a decade of work with the potential to revolutionize educational theory and practice by deeply enriching our understanding of the complex connection between emotion and learning.
With her signature talent for explaining and interpreting neuroscientific findings in practical, teacher-relevant terms, Immordino-Yang offers two simple but profound ideas: first, that emotions are such powerful motivators of learning because they activate brain mechanisms that originally evolved to manage our basic survival; and second, that meaningful thinking and learning are inherently emotional, because we only think deeply about things we care about. Together, these insights suggest that in order to motivate students for academic learning, produce deep understanding, and ensure the transfer of educational experiences into real-world skills and careers, educators must find ways to leverage the emotional aspects of learning.
Immordino-Yang has both the gift for captivating readers with her research and the ability to connect this research to everyday learning and teaching. She examines true stories of learning success with relentless curiosity and an illuminating mixture of the scientific and the human.
What are feelings, and how does the brain support them? What role do feelings play in the brain’s learning process? This book unpacks these crucial questions and many more, including the neurobiological, developmental, and evolutionary origins of creativity, facts and myths about mirror neurons, and how the perspective of social and affective neuroscience can inform the design of learning technologies.
Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, developmental psychologist and neuroscientist, she teaches at the University of Southern California. A student of Antonio Damasio, she had the opportunity to participate in advanced neuroscience research before and after his teaching experience.
The frenetic society in which we live, the fast pace that we are subjected to on a daily basis and the difficulty in reconciling personal and work commitments lead us to having increased levels of stress and anxiety.
In some cases, states of anxiety and stress plague us in moments of relaxation, when we should really be dedicating ourselves to resting our mind and body, disconnecting from commitments and increasing our well-being.
When we fail to create moments of detachment, we begin to perceive constant states of impatience, dissatisfaction and frustration that end up triggering a negative mechanism where the ego takes over and begins to destroy emotional well-being, and interpersonal relationships, and we become unable to take pleasure in the simple things that life offers us.
The level of anxiety and stress are inversely proportional to the ability to awaken our internal resources that allow us to live in emotional well-being in spite of external circumstances. The less we have consolidated internal strategies, which support us in times of change and daily challenges, the more we are influenced by the surrounding environment.
If we feel constant and sudden emotional ups and downs such as frustration, anger or dissatisfaction and powerlessness, it means our vibrational frequency is mostly immersed in malaise, and due to this vibrational nature external situations will do nothing but feed our state of suffering.
Thanks to the Neuro Emotional Coaching it is possible to activate the emotional rhythms we need to live in well-being and easily succeed in daily challenges.
Neuro Emotional Coaching is transformative path, it allows to become autonomous in the creation of well-being and empowerment and it increases performances.
The Neuro Emotional Coaching allows us to train our neurological flexibility, in order to increase and maximize our potential.
This type of coaching is a real training that helps us to become aware of our emotions and allows us to face any situation, even the most difficult and challenging, without being trapped in feelings of fear, frustration, powerlessness, stress and anxiety.
Today the Neuro Emotional Coaching is practiced more and more in companies, especially by directors and managers, as it allows key people to train their work performances, as a sportsman prepares himself for his competition.
The real leader is the one who has the ability to transform discomfort and negative feelings in his favor and into feelings of well-being in a very short time, thus avoiding becoming a victim of external circumstances and the negative feelings that sabotage the achievement of goals and the manifestation of results.
The leader who practices the Neuro Emotional Coaching increases his vibratory frequency, the radio wave on which he is attuned, thus increasing the quality of his thoughts and emotions, becoming an optimistic being that positively influences the people around him.
The quality of life depends therefore on the quality of the emotions that a person feels, as they affect health, relationships and performance.
Thanks to the Quantasia Method we can work deeply to regain control of our thoughts and emotions in order to become creators of a life marked by emotional well-being and success.
If we nurture emotions such as impatience, frustration, dissatisfaction, and if we feed doubts, conflicts and contradictions, we have more difficulty in increasing a sense of trust and in drawing on emotional well-being. In fact, emotions live in the body and only when we are able to put them in motion and circulate them in our body, can we develop an emotional network that is necessary for us to face daily challenges and increase our self-esteem and self-confidence.
We often hear of self-confidence, but not many people really understand what is felt in the body when one truly experiences a sense of self-confidence. In fact, self-confidence is a frequency that is felt in the body, not in the mind, and is created thanks the Neuro Emotional Coaching. The exercises you will learn during the Neuro Emotional Coaching course are based on precise neurological sequences that allow you to feel deeply, on a corporeal level, trust in yourself and in life.
The exercises also allow you to get rid of limiting mental patterns and attitudes that tend to sabotage you in achieving your inner balance.
Neuro Emotional Coaching is a transformative and evolutionary path that allows you to develop your full potential.
Contact Quantasia SA for a free meeting and learn more about Neuro Emotional Coaching, or participate in our Quantasia Ateliers.