Emotions are assets, incredible resources if you know how to use them...
We invite you to no longer wish to tame them, but to welcome them.
We accompany you to put them to work to service relationships in order to make listening and expression powerful.
Our mission is to accompany our trainees
in their strengths and skills,
in the welcoming of their emotions,
in order to improve their relationships
in their professional and personal life.
Our co-training principle
place participants at the heart of the process:
they become actors of their training and
co-construct its content with our trainers.
Co-responsibility is a very effective concept
that we have established in order to more naturally share and
combine our ideas, our concepts,
and learn together by supporting one another.
For us, learning occurs on several levels: cognitive, emotional, and physical.
We are sensitive beings of flesh and blood.
Our process is to support our trainees through a holistic approach.
That is, in listening to being:
the body, gestures, emotions, and thoughts are one.
We have chosen to encourage our participant’s learning through an approach that promotes free expression,
listening to oneself and others: a playful and theatrical context to find pleasure in learning together and
invest in “bodies and souls.”
NonViolent Communication, founded by Marshall Rosenberg,
is a communication process that promotes mutual listening
cooperation, constructive and positive attitudes, and that encourage effective dialogue, discussions,
and collaborations between people in professional or personal settings.
According to Albert Méhrabain :
« If we are speaking of the feelings in communication, 93% occurs non-verbally and 7% through words. »
THE NON-VERBAL :
The co-learner becomes aware of their gestures and actions in order to be in accord with the information they want to share, to persuade, or to adhere to their message.
“Theatre exists to reveal people to themselves.” – Louis Jouvet
THE EXPRESSION OF EMOTIONS :
The participants will work on the expressing feelings to learn to master them and promote a dialogue with their partners.
BREATHING, SILENCE, VOICE, EXPRESSION :
To better manage stress, exercise intonation, articulation, best suited to optimise dialogue.
ROLE-PLAYING AND PROFESSIONAL SCENARIOS :
These provide a better understanding of the attitudes and behaviours of oneself and other speakers.
TIPI (Technique d’Identification des Peurs Inconscientes/ Unconscious Fear Identification Technique) concept invented by Luc Nicon,
which aims to contact the physical sensations that occur
during an unpleasant emotion, in order to face them, and to better use them.
This method helps to overcome persistent troubles such as:
anxiety, irritability, phobias, nervousness, and inhibitions.
Objective : Practising this technique, one can learn to overcome emotional hindrances, to go along with these states of intense emotions encountered in professional and/or personal life at strategic moments :
conferences, speeches, exams.
Autoscopy is a technical approach where a camera
records a session to later be analysed.
In the truest sense of the term, it is look at oneself through a focused lens.
A very useful technique to evaluate concretely
one’s behaviours, attitudes, expressions, unconscious
gestures in speech, when conducting meetings, and management.
Objective: become conscious of your communication habits and find ways to improve.
It makes it possible to support the evolution of learning and approach
to management of the trainee in an effective way.