The success of a system, be it that of an individual, a company or a work group, is brought about thanks to the interaction between the parts that make it up. The more relationships are fluid and dynamic, the more the system is ready to achieve success in a short period of time.
Interactions are often difficult and uncongenial and those involved feel closed in and uncomfortable to the point where they behave in such a way that they are not conducive to the success of the system. When interactions are met with hostility in companies, the pace of work slows down and productivity decreases, which affects the company's results.
It is therefore fundamental to educate oneself on how relate with people in order to accelerate the growth and evolutionary process of a system.
The construction of a relationship is based on interactions and the exchange of information, and it requires mutual trust and recognition of interdependence between the parties.
Educating oneself on how to relate with people means learning to express one's point of view. It also means knowing how to engage in debate and negotiate one's own opinions, thus preserving the relationship itself and the interests of each party involved.
This is a course designed for companies: entrepreneurs, managers and directors, work teams, consultants.