MOST PEOPLE WANT TO WORK WELL TOGETHER BUT DON’T ALWAYS KNOW HOW.
Understanding your own worldview allows you to hone the most powerful instrument available to you – yourself. You likely underestimate your own influence on communication and conflict – both what you contribute and how you could influence communication and relationship more positively and strategically.
When you understand your worldview and the worldview of others you have a skill that changes your approach to challenging conversations as well as the outcomes of strategic thinking, future conversations and relationships, possibly even your management or leadership approach. Structured Worldview Intelligence explorations allow you to discern the influences on your own worldview and allows you to consider how someone else sees and experiences the world. It provides a new approach and language that gets a different outcome.
Approach and Process
Structured Worldview explorations offer an understanding of worldviews, where they come from and how they influence relationship and communication. The WVI framework allows you to:
1. Learn about your own worldview, what you react to and why.
2. Use the same framework to think about how the people or groups you interact with see and experience the world.
3. Turn this opportunity and new language into a skill to find connections and explore differences with curiosity and compassion.
Meeting in this way, human being to human being, changes the conversation and this changes outcomes.