AikiSkills: The Core - Part I
Learn how to be able to listen clearly, to fully understand the needs and goals of others, to explain yourself effectively.
- A company in which the workers have confidence in their managers and look forward to going to work.
- A service company whose internal and external clients feel cared for and enjoy calling or going to that company simply because they feel well attended to and because each encounter with the company is a memorable experience.
- A learning center, school, college, that students enjoy and want to attend.
- A home where all the members want to collaborate.
Even though we are not accustomed to seeing such things in the world around us, it is possible to achieve if we redirect conflict, increase trust between people and have a plan to communicate to influence positively those people around us that we care of. That is AIKI-SKILLS.
We use the philosophy of a martial art, Aikido, to approach communication.It allows us to catch the conflict before it becomes one by proactively building trust.
Know the basic techniques before you can move to the advanced class. In Aikido, Shodan is the first degree black belt, which means “you are ready to absorb further training”.
We will train you to know and use the 5 core techniques of AikiSkills.
Trust, connection, art, are the pillars of AikiSkills.
Entrepreneur, mother, passionate about communication, Cristina studied Marketing given that it is one of the most challenging departments of any company – where one is in charge of understanding and transmitting ideas and messages clearly and effectively. She believes that EVERYTHING communicates, as the transmission of information to others, but understanding each other is something else and it is still a difficult task. Cristina has worked in the marketing departments of large corporations, such as Pepsi and 3M. She has also opened 5 companies in 16 years, and has trained in Aikido for 23. Soon after she began practicing Aikido, she realized the power of this martial art principles when applied to interpersonal relationships; since that realization in 1998, she has continued to apply the principles of “aikido in everyday life” in fascinating ways.
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