When starting an action in a territory, in addition to the professional side, we also observe the conditions of the participants in terms of health, education and family contexts. We understand that in order to attain success in our projects, each person involved must be considered in all aspects. This is the cross-cutting step to the whole project we call “Systemic Development”, which considers that a person’s life is interrelated with their projects and dreams, as well as interdependent on other people who share them.
And why should that be of our concern?
Because it substantially contributes to the quality of life of these people. As the months go on, we find that often the very course of actions taken in our projects contributes towards improvements in the mental health of those involved.
We have received many reports on the decrease in the use of antidepressants, more motivation for the aspects that involve the project and for life in general, among others. A qualitative assessment that for us has immense value.
This is a part of our human and systemic development strategy (which we talk about in more detail here).
As a methodology, once the initial stages of mapping and defining the strategies, as well as those who will benefit from the project are concluded, we deploy deep listening techniques, occasionally also involving group constellations and other methods, combined with collaborative development.
To this end, we have a multidisciplinary team of managers and consultants and are ready to work in any territory. Take the chance and learn more about what we do.