The science of neuropsychology in the company

Listening has a mechanical-auditory substratum with a neurophysiological basis

Why does the effect of personal and managerial development programs sometimes disappear so quickly in human beings?

Companies in the globalized market undergo increasingly greater difficulties to survive due to the fierce competition. Constant innovation is the only way to maintain a competitive advantage. There is little sense in training employees or conceiving policies of growth and competitiveness if the human team is not capable of applying its knowledge effectively.

Seeking specific business objectives without taking into account optimum personal and professional performance and good management of the emotions of those destined to carry them out, will either be condemned to failure or an achievement of ratios of efficiency versus objectives that are well below those desired and considered optimum.

In recent years and with businesses being conscious of the need for directors to adopt attitudes and acquire aptitudes for the best self-leadership and, as a consequence, competent management of their team of collaborators, there has been a proliferation of programs to develop personal and managerial skills. Programs to foster emotional intelligence, of coaching, interpersonal communication or control of stress are a good sample.


Why does the effect of programs for managerial development and personal development sometimes disappear so quickly in human beings?

Because there is no real modification in the levels of consciousness if active listening and Physiological Coherence do not exist!

The state of anxiety that characterizes directors nowadays diminishes their capacities of perspective and the integration of messages received. Without integration there is no chance of change. An alert state of awareness and self-management of the emotions guarantees progress in the process of personal growth in all areas, both in the development of one’s own potential, as well as the ability to transfer this potential to the team of collaborators.

“The ear serves for more than to hear. Hearing is not the same as listening. Hearing is a passive, involuntary and non-selective sensation. It is in listening that there is real communication. Listening is authentic perception and this is active, voluntary and selective. Listening is to be present. It is reception. Without listening there is no cerabral integration of the messages received.”