New book collects transformative, extraordinary experiences of everyday people
September 16, 2018
Benefits of Conscious Tech at Work (English / Portuguese)
April 27, 2018
Mentoring Evolutivo I-ACT em pessoa e online com Wagner Alegretti ou Nanci Trivellato
October 8, 2018
Learn practices with I-ACT to advance your personal and professional life
March 19, 2018
Tap the power of intuition with I-ACT’s Evolutionary Mentoring. By appointment with Nanci Trivellato and Wagner Alegretti. Sessions available for this Friday, MARCH 23 in Los Angeles. Other dates available for web video sessions worldwide. Contact us today.
I-ACT mentoring and technology can help develop your personal intuition and its use in organizations. "Intuition, argues Gerd Gigerenzer, a director at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, is less about suddenly "knowing" the right answer and more about instinctively understanding what information is unimportant and can thus be discarded."
I-ACT's practices help organizations develop a more conscious leadership. A recent WEF article shows that some of the insights we achieve today are quite timeless. One of the oldest books on management emphasizes:
- Responsibility towards all stakeholders - Keeping the employee first - Developing a culture that can learn, unlearn, re-learn
"According to Vedic philosophy, business is as an integral part of society and should create wealth for the society through the right action. The Arthashastra, and Chanakya Sutras written by Kautilya (also known as Chanakya) around 300 BC, address the biggest conundrum facing us today: the apparent contradiction between being responsible to our people and being responsive to the tearing transformation taking place around us. Surprisingly as per the tenets of what is considered the oldest books on management, there is no contradiction."
Practices and technologies developed at I-ACT benefit individual well-being at home as well as at work: #Mindfulness practices can help improve the tone of the #vagus nerve and to prevent chronic inflammation. Business Insider thinks it could be a part of the future of medicine.