Reflective Consciousness

They will agree to both the role of the team and with staff members. It is essential that these three or four races of the equipment are defined by the very people who make it up, not imposed from management. It is also important, along with definition of these powers, the team set its own mission, vision and values. The latter is essential if people have not participated in defining the mission and vision of the company. 4) A fluid communication, deep trust and cooperative spirit are the basic attitudes in any successful relationship, both personal, professional and labor. A business or computer failure or deficiency in any of these is intended to inefficiency and a deep malaise.

Therefore it is necessary to include the development of these attitudes in any process of skills development. 5) Finally, and as the basis of the whole process is the development of consciousness. Consciousness is the space where that happens all realize all aware of some aspect of reality (external and internal). This ability to experience and respond to the environment and internal condition itself is a basic tool for the survival of every individual, team and company. We can only intervene in those spaces for which we are aware. We can divide the development of consciousness in three aspects: Self-awareness: It involves the ability to realize one’s own emotions, strengths, learning spaces, interests, motivations, mental models, paradigms, etc. Is the space that allows for self-development. Consciousness / the other: We can define a team as “a group of people with a common goal, and that they need each other to meet that goal.” The consciousness of the other arises from the recognition of this need, and accepting the other as a legitimate other.

The consciousness of the other acts in the relational space. We also include here the conscience of the “other” as an area of recognition of the resources available. Awareness of the system: As a space for recognition of context, culture, organizations, historical discourse and the importance of a systemic view in our actions. 6) Once the skills to be developed will begin training for their development. The Training begins from the base of the pyramid (consciousness). The development of competence requires the “complicity” of the person and / or equipment to train. It is not possible to impose an attitude to a person who does not believe in it. So if there is no prior commitment to develop a specific skill is necessary to work in principle with the mental and emotional patterns of the person or team to develop awareness of the importance of the / s competition / s training. The method CORE (Comment Reflective Consciousness of Experience) proposed a methodology of training and non-aggressive tax not, respecting both the individual’s interests and those of the company. It is in this conjunction of interests, where you can achieve the best results.