The EmC strategy is centered around the systematic exploration of our emotions present during moments of great stress, uncertainty, and volatility through a proven process that is at once experiential and holistic.
The EmC strategy is designed to create emotional safety for each person who is engaged in the process so as to enhance the ability to fully discover and understand emotions, automatic thoughts, reactions, and emotional needs to build or restore strong connections. It works with individuals, in pairs, in teams, and even at organizational levels.
The science of attachment theory underpins the developments, which have led to a proven methodology allowing individuals to change behaviors, long-thought to be their default.
We are not behavior-change agents, but rather it is the experience of emotional connection that allows people to see the changes that they wish to make to restore and strengthen their bonds with people they depend on.
Team dynamics and leadership development are particularly challenging as there are multiple individuals, emotions, aspirations, reactions, and outcomes in play, potentially leading to disconnections and disengagement.
Our goal is to use the EmC strategy to focus people on the core emotions underlying their business interactions, thus creating a common ground for exploration, understanding, and eventual repair.
Dr. Lola Gershfeld developed the EmC process after extensive research into attachment theory and emotional connection science. For the past decade, this process has been used in numerous corporations and non-profit organizations. It is highly effective in team engagement and conflict resolution, thereby improving psychological safety at work and creating positive interactions throughout these organizations.