My A2B transformation experiences
I have to share this with you!
I had a complete mind shift. I experienced real growth and upliftment through practical activities and the exposure to various cultures and creeds. Module 4 of the Responsive Leadership course, in particular, revived my volition.
I have come a long way with A2B Transformation and I have benefited from the fundamental tools designed to analyse, decipher, understand and solve tasks and challenges in the workplace place and in personal life. I have come to understand that the ecosystems I have found myself in, disempowered me. I truly believe that the one thing that can save our disempowered workforce, is the united forces of strong, fearless provocateurs with a deep understanding of neuroscience and human dynamics.
Many existing work environments look good from the outside but are, in fact, a breeding ground for egos, power-play and unsavory bureaucracy. Employees are seldomly empowered or encouraged to grow, as this could challenge the positions of an existing, rigid, hierarchical system.
Some of the many things I have learned
Strategies for transforming an organization into an Ecosystem of Change
Components of an Ecosystem of Change
Factors that cause break-down in an Ecosystem
Setting boundaries in an Ecosystem of Change
Deep dynamics of working in groups
Growing neural pathways
The critical importance of using both sides of the brain to zoom-in and to zoom-out
A2B has equipped me with these tools and more – now I can go ahead and apply them in my workplace and personal life spheres. I have come to understand the HOOS (Human Optimisation Operating System), and intend to implement it in all of my future business ventures. The HOOS is a powerful tool to use as a foundation for the way you run your business – it will help me to accurately monitor and achieve any success I set my eye upon.
A bit more about Module 4
We got to visit Afriski Mountain Resort in Lesotho in November this year and I got to experience the Basotho people and the humility and respect they give. I saw with my own eyes how A2B in a short space of time has created a new ecosystem for the Afriski staff and the children from the villages.
During Module 4, I realized how to become a more contributive member of society, instead of aimlessly floating through my life. I learnt about integrity and how it is a narrow road. I learnt about empathy and unconditional love and how empathy is not a weakness, but a major strength. I have learnt methods to combat the negative effects of my primitive brain. I have gained tools that will help me to better integrate both hemispheres of my brain and stimulate my ‘whole brain’. I am conscious of my responsiveness to challenges. I always work at retaining high volition and low anxiety. I am developing my emotional intelligence day by day. I now do the right thing, instead of merely doing things right.
I am not on a life-long journey of change and I crave for it every day. My awareness of the unconsciousness of the humans around me – how they go about their lives without any greater purpose, regressing at every step by making the same mistakes over and over – motivates me to keep positioning myself in areas where I get challenged out of my comfort zone to grow, becoming the light in a dark world.