A few words About Poxibilita

Poxibilita offers its services in a vast variety of fields, from business to social, from personal to teams, in higher education and cross culturally. Our products are customized and shaped around the client’s perceived need.
All of our services are based upon 3 fundamentals.

1. Interpretation management (Interactive Cognitive Map)

To affect ownership in the participants, the work must be done in their ‘cognitive map.’ Habits, principles, personal experience, education, and everything that is in our life, is like a road map each of us follows. The roads are ruts, where the more we use them, the deeper the ruts become, making it easy to slip back in to, automatically. Unless we discover where there is a need for a detour, we can’t really create new connections in the map.

In the context of managing, one’s own interpretation of events the cognitive map becomes an interactive tool. It is possible to consult it and to create new roads, as necessary. Part of the work of the trainer is to teach participants how to interact with their own cognitive map. This competence goes far beyond skill developed and is the pre-requisite for flexibility in any area of life.

2. Language

The word Language is used here in the broadest sense. It includes not only spoken and written communication, but also body language, facial expressions, tone of voice, pictures and drawings, music, how people dress, and any other actions that have symbolic intent.

In the work we do we observe and intervene in the language expressions that send double messages or are just a reaction to what the other said.

Language is directly connected with the Cognitive Map. What we see and what we say are intertwined. The optimist has a totally different language then the pessimist. Neither of them chooses their words consciously: their words follow their interpretation of reality. Like them, most of us have never thought about our own language, we just say what comes naturally. We, however, train participants to decide what to pay attention to and to align language intentionally.

3. Managing difficult conversation

This aspect of the work is the most pragmatic. When we talk about conversation, we talk about all sides involved. This is true when different parts of ourselves are in conflict and when we are managing important conversations with others. Managing interpretations and language makes it possible to adjust within any conversation to reach an agreement. With a clear outcome in mind and a particular attention to the emerging conversation, it is possible to reduce resistances and create an inclusive context where conflict could be dealt with without contrast.

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