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PROGRAMS BASED ON THE FLOW STATE
The Flow state, when activated, allows for a dramatic increase in performance and acceleration in learning.
In a world increasingly VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) becomes a powerful way to deal with the demands and constant interruptions of everyday life, especially in virtual or remote working conditions.
Our programs were created with the agile model of working in teams (squads) in mind and for leaders and teams aware of their role as inspiration, vision and creativity in order to obtain results.
One of the tools we use is FLIGBY, an immersive and interactive simulation developed by Flow's father, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi and his team and applied in Brazil and Latin America by the FLOW Project.
As a 'flight simulator' it allows the participant to live the experience of a CEO of a California winery, leading a team of seven people and reporting to the founder.
During the simulation, more than 150 decisions have to be made and 29 aspects of leadership are put to the test, generating a 42-page report on the Leadership Profile based on Flow.
Because Flow is important
Flow is a state of mind of real engagement that leads to great performance and using it consciously within a group or organization can be extremely helpful in understanding collective and individual motivation.
The more Flow in an organization - that is, the more key employees who experience Flow - the better the area will perform.
Flow is a state of individual consciousness, but it is its dissemination and activation that will allow a greater number of employees to live this experience at work.
Personnel managers who are trained in recognizing the conditions that trigger Flow - through simulations like FLIGBY, will be better equipped to help their teams and serviced areas to create personal Flow activation strategies.
The mapping of motivational states on the Flow map allows interventions in the dynamics and conditions of the team's work environment, in order to forge greater engagement.
Decades of research exploring Flow theory show that when the challenges fit with personal and professional skills and both are high, the potential for focus and positive energy leads to an experience of total immersion and high performance.
Although Flow is an individual state of mind, research and reports show that it is activated and experienced at even greater levels in integrated teams, where healthy competition directs personal efforts towards excellence, giving even more reason to cultivate Flow as a team. .
To steer the team towards greater engagement, a good leader must be aware of the current motivational state and be able to recognize all other states and what happens when the team is not in Flow.
In other words, attentive leaders must practice to some degree emotional and social intelligence skills and games like FLIGBY very efficiently simulate scenarios where "soft skills" are progressively developed and where the Flow map becomes the tool ideal for identifying the emotional state and dynamics in which the team operates.
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Watch our webinar talking about Flow and introducing FLIGBY (Flow is Good Business), an interactive and immersive tool for leaders.
THE FLOW TRAINING
Fundamentals and practices
How to deal with the constant demands and interruptions of everyday life, especially in remote working conditions, without losing focus.
How to apply FLOW techniques to any activity or challenge that is necessary or meaningful to you.
How to consciously use the FLOW state within a group or organization for collective motivation.
Tips and apps that will help you build new habits and practices (or rituals, as I like to call them) to build a new way of living more fully.
What are the triggers and preconditions for activating the FLOW state and how they work.
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Body, mind and sensory isolation tanks - Flow in practice
The act of floating on a surface of salt water, which has body temperature in an environment that blocks light and sound, is at first frightening and seemingly uncomfortable. Even more in the average time of 60 to 90 minutes. And yet, it can bring transformative experiences.
The moment of decision, learning from F1
This magical moment, where everything that was planned and trained for a long time, crystallizes in a single instant: The stop at the box. There, anything can happen. You can win or lose a race. Or a championship...
Flow is good business
Understand what the flow state is and how creating an environment conducive to its activation can transform your organization and its employees in an unimaginable way.
Mindfulness, attention fragmentation and organizations
It is nothing new that organizations and their members are facing the fact that their environment is changing rapidly and that there is no guarantee that things will remain as they are.