The lack of relational awareness might be killing ROI
FOGGY THINKING AND POOR MEMORY
Creating faltering logic, time consuming misunderstandings and turning up the imposter syndrome heat.
DOUBLE SIGNALS AND TIMID COMMUNICATION
Creating doubt and poor team performance by being unaware of their psychological and unintended impact.
FAILING, UNHEALTHY PRIORITIES
Important social structures of support (i.e family) slowly erodes, creating loneliness and lack of belonging.
devastating CULTURAL ABSENSING
A company where assumptions, control, accusation and ego trumps observation, curiosity, compassion and solidarity.
SECURING YOUR INVESTMENT
AND your IMPACT - with "the procedure"
As we begin to navigate a post-Covid reality, we must finally acknowledge the correlation between health and work.
Did you know that entrepreneurs have a 50% greater risk for developing stress and psychological health issues. And that 40% of Norwegian leaders have stress related sickness, and 6 out of 10 experience constant time pressure?
We live in a time where we are constantly socially connected with the push of a button, yet loneliness is categorized as a public health concern (even though we keep on smiling).
Combine these facts with the omnipresent imposter syndrome and treacherous, reverse Dunning-Kruger effect (doubt) and you will have a parallell company development process of exponential deteriorating performance.
As success can mask conflict, so can ignoring the need for processing breaches of trust, hurtful incidents or difference of personality. Being left unattended, meaningful differences can eventually lead to an escalation of conflicts, by letting it reach the boiling point of fury or fatigue.
The wise investor keeps in mind the cultural and social fabric of our society and is aware of how feelings, thoughts and states of mind related to fear, hopelessness, anxiety, irritation and anger are regarded as unwanted, negative and less desirable. And that they are most often remain locked up behind a facade of rationality and toughness. This personal strategy eventually becomes an obstacle for growth, performance and happiness, and ultimately makes the company a less than profitable venture, including the potentiality of (moral) bankruptcy or loss of company- and investor-reputation.