HOOS

Human Optimisation Operating System

This is NOT a Curriculum

HOOS is a trusted, accredited, watertight operating system to keep anxiety and fear down, grow volition (the will to respond) and sustainable Occupational Intelligence, in a non-threatening environment (ecosystem). A curriculum is a secondary plug-in, as it is only from the A3 OI levels that a person has the ability to integrate different sets of information and apply them in varying contexts. Plugging any curriculum into HOOS ensures effective crutching (support) until the human is at an independent responsiveness level and can appropriately integrate all the information received.

Think Medium Term

HOOS is a medium term human development intervention process. Like the story of the Chinese Bamboo, it takes time for that root system to develop, grow and strengthen, before supporting the visible manifestation of sustainable transformation – when we reach our full potential, truly transforming society. 

THE 8 INTERLINKED PILLARS

1. End Result (ER)

For every task under the sun and in every sphere of your life, we have a 7-step watertight visualization and conceptualization process for a clear, purposeful end result.

2. Occupational Intelligence (OI)

OI is the foundational premise of A2B, based on the applied science of the neuroplasticity of the brain – the ability of the brain to adapt and grow. Our universal diagnostic and intervention methods develop a deep consciousness of your competency level in relation to every task you occupy yourself with, develops will-power ( VOLITION) and moves you from A levels (dependent) to B levels (Independent, competent, contributory and self-driven).

3. Recruitment & Selection (R&S)

The 5 pillar selection process, assesses your current competence. It indicates the individualised intervention process required and, as we are all under construction, excludes no one.

4. Hardwires

An in-depth, non-threatening prognostic tool for assessing the factors limiting or obstructing change that have developed, from early childhood days in our minds; often without us even being aware of this happening.

5. Personal Journey-Map for Change (PJ4C)

The 5 pillar selection process, assesses your current competence. It indicates the individualised intervention process required and, as we are all under construction, excludes no one.

6. Ecosystem for Change (E4C)

This pre-designed environment fosters and drives empowerment and change and is not an environment left to chance. It is designed to encourage the essential dynamics which combat anti-developmental behaviour and enables the development of OI (Occupational Intelligence). 

7. Power Partners (PP)

Power partners are those with an A2B accreditation and who are skilled in HOOS, either external – outside of the ecosystem, or internal – within the ecosystem. They partner and/or pair with another human on a different OI level, to grow and develop ( crutch) that human towards competency and independence( B Level OI).

8. Value Exchange Bank (VEB)

Value exchange engages participants early on in their journey from A2B to discover their unique value. The value exchange barter concept, works on a non-hierarchical structure, adopting a flat structure, embracing the inherent value of each “value vendor” as a vital link in this value chain, providing access to capital and resources.

THE 6 LIFE STAGES

All life stages are premised on the provision of ongoing, just-right challenges and ‘I CAN ” moments, where volition ( will power) and response-ability are developed incrementally, to move humans from dependence to independent, responsive, contributive, innovative and  adaptive whole-brain reasoning humans, through very intentional parenting, education, and living processes.

Phase 1

FIRST 1 000 DAYS

0-2 years

This stage, from conception to the child’s second birthday, is one of the most significant developmental periods. The brain is developing rapidly and optimum development during this period is crucial in laying the foundation of success in all spheres of life for the child’s life span. A contaminated anxiety- inducing ecosystem, can adversely influence the architecture of the brain.

Phase 4

SECONDARY SCHOOL

13-18 years

This transition period from childhood to adulthood is characterised by rapid changes and maturation and requires the equipping and development of sense of self, social and cognitive skills and the tools of critical thinking, choice-making and cause and effect, to tackle life optimally. 

Phase 2

EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT

2-6 years

Early childhood development (ECD) encompasses the holistic development – emotional, physical, spiritual, cognitive, moral and social – of children between the age of 2 – 6 years, where values, skills and behaviours are entrenched for a lifetime.

Phase 5

YOUTH

18-35 years

Early adulthood development of a vision, personal optimisation roadmap and life skills, required to fulfill each human’s goals and unique blueprint for their life.

Phase 3

PRIMARY SCHOOL

7-12 years

This stage, from conception to the child’s second birthday, is one of the most significant developmental periods. The brain is developing rapidly and optimum development during this period is crucial in laying the foundation of success in all spheres of life for the child’s life span. A contaminated anxiety- inducing ecosystem, can adversely influence the architecture of the brain.

Phase 5

YOUTH

18-35 years

For all humans in all sectors (Personal, Relational, Families, Business, Corporate, NGO, Cultural, Spiritual, Civic, Government) an opportunity for lifelong, sustainable growth, development and transformation.

MULTIDIMENSIONAL

HOOS is not a one-dimensional, flat process, moving through the life stages, supported by the 8 pillars, but a multidimensional operating system which offers:

  • Experiential learning curriculums
  • Innovative self-assessment scales
  • E-learning audio visuals
  • Eagle Hubs
  • Personal roadmaps
  • Virtual reality

ALL SECTORS OF SOCIETY

All sectors of society are welcome to slot into this revolutionary operating system:

  • Corporate
  • Business
  • Entrepreneurship
  • NGO
  • Youth
  • Education
  • Early Childhood Development
  • Relationships
  • Families