Processing Complexity with Emotional, Sensorial and Spiritual capacities

About ProCESS

ProCESS is an Erasmus + project that propose an innovative methodology to deal with complex management cases by alternating sequences of mobilization of Sensory, Emotional, and Spiritual (SES) intelligences, in addition to rational capacities ....
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Complex management cases

During ProCESS implementation 12 complex management cases are proposed by the company partners. These cases are analyzed and solved through the ProCESS methodology by groups of international students from the four participating Higher Education Institutions...
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SESS Workshops

A set of 72 SESS workshops are organized as part of the complex management cases implementation process. During each project round 6 workshops (2 sensorial, 2 emotional, 2 spiritual) are prepared by the SESS trainers...
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Awaken the sensory abilities of students

The “soft skills” have become important in the recruitment of new employees. Autonomy and adaptability are top the list, but also other...
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SESS Trainers’ Capacity Building Meeting

As part of ProCESS Project, the SESS Trainers’ Capacity Building Meeting was organized by UCLy - Université Catholique de Lyon during 24-25...
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Press release – De Klausen Complex Management Case Study

March 2022            During ProCESS Project implementation a set of 12 complex management case studies are developed (in 3 rounds) and proposed to...
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Processing Complexity with Emotional, Sensorial and
Spiritual capacities

ProCESS is an Erasmus+ Knowledge Alliances project that aims to develop an original and innovative methodology [ProCESS methodology] to deal with complex management cases through alternating sequences of mobilization of Sensory, Emotional, and Spiritual (SES) intelligences, in addition to rational capacities. In this process, students and managers learn to better feel and sense complex situations (and not only understand) and dare to “step out of the box” to solve them [Read more…]

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