Vizen teaches leaders practical skills to use in everyday workplace situations. Practiced and applied in one-on-one and small group trios, leaders are encouraged to use both intuitive and counterintuitive methods to generate a realistic understanding of how harmonizing relationships with others facilitates mutual trust.
Through the application and art of presence, discipline, humility and curiosity, this highly valued technique shifts the context of “winning” from an individual point of view to a perspective of mutual advocacy and inquiry, which enables a foundation of trust to establish clear boundaries.
This practical process, often applied to scenarios involving workplace disputes or disagreements between two or more people, helps leaders excel at diffusing tension and dissolving friction by learning to manage from facts rather than positions, perceptions and politics.
This technique embodies principles built around mindfulness and self-awareness—key factors to becoming more in-tune with another person—to facilitate deep trust,understanding, greater productivity and wellbeing in the workplace.
Because self-awareness enables the ownership of personal patterns and tendencies, this technique combines the applications of critical thinking and emotional intelligence to help leaders gain wisdom and a deeper understanding of complex scenarios before making critical decisions.