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Applications & Benefits

The Human Element can be/and has been used in training, coaching, consulting, organizational development and it can also be applied to one’s personal life. Applicable fields include:

  • Leadership
  • Teamwork
  • Coaching
  • Collaboration
  • Customer Service
  • Career selection

Benefits for Individuals

Since people work with people, much of getting things done relies on one’s ability to work well with others. As the world and pace of work changes, as competition and pressure increase, this capacity becomes even more paramount. Add to all of this the fact that everyone is working more on a global scale and has to communicate remotely much of the time, making effective communication and problem solving even more difficult.

It is no wonder that The Human Element has become critically important in the success of many at work. Various improvements including:

  • Better and faster problem solving
  • More effective communication
  • Increased social intelligence
  • Fewer interpersonal conflicts
  • Getting to truth quickly and directly/more straight talk
  • Improved listening skills
  • Higher level performance under stress
  • Greater discipline
  • More examples of compassion and trustworthiness
  • More capacity for understanding others’ perspective first
  • Improved collaboration
  • More respectful of others regardless of the situation

Benefits for Organizations

The Human Element is an integrated approach for addressing human issues in organizations and solving organizational problems. It uses an integrated methodology and single, overarching model called FIRO theory to understand all human dynamics – individual, team and organizational – and enable people to focus on solving problems efficiently using one simple framework.

  • Increased productivity
  • Better teamwork
  • Faster time to market
  • Improved innovation and problem solving
  • Lower turnover rates
  • Greater flexibility and capacity for change
  • Sustainable organizational change
  • Enhanced organizational culture
  • Higher levels of engagement
  • High levels of trust


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