UNCONDITIONAL ACCEPTANCE TRAINING– Corporate, Group, and Individual
INDIVIDUAL & CORPORATE SELF-ACCEPTANCE TRAINING
Many successful leaders are emotionally misbalanced and irrational. Their achievement comes at too high a cost and negatively affects corporate performance, social responsibility and wellbeing!
Test Your Self-Acceptance Level
Unconditional acceptance of self and others is the root of mental health and the prerequisite for emotional self-control, generic self-contentment, and meaningful relationship with others – all the core leadership dimensions.
You can attend various self-development workshops, but unless you have a reasonable level of self-acceptance you will not have enough genuineness or composure to apply learned soft skills congruently when it matters the most.
What is Unconditional Self-Acceptance?
Self-acceptance is the skill of (i) recognizing the human impulse to judge and bias a person in totality, (ii) refusing to yield to this urge, and (iii) evaluating or comparing only aspects of any person.
Unconditional Self-Acceptance Enables Multiple Positive Effects
How to Develop Unconditional Self-Acceptance?
Developing self-acceptance requires insights on what Self-Acceptance is not:
- It is not high self-esteem – arrogance, egoism, false sense of superiority;
- It is not low self-esteem – characteristic of depressive and hurt feelings;
- It is not self-love – an ambiguous term often associated with “new age”;
- It is not resignation. Rather, it promotes constructive action;
- Self-compassion is only a part of it;
- And so on…
Unconditional self-acceptance requires time, energy, awareness, persistence, and discipline to gain insights into and change your irrational beliefs, unhealthy emotions, self-sabotaging thoughts, and unconstructive behaviors.