Engage team members, resolve workplace conflict, and enhance trust

The EmC can take you and your team beyond simple conflict management to address the underlying emotional disconnects and strengthen team dynamics. With the EmC process, your team will be able to collaborate and communicate more effectively, boosting creativity,  commitment, and trust.

It can help you to:

  • Resolve workplace conflict and increase productivity
  • Create a psychologically safe environment that increases team effectiveness
  • Address anger, stonewalling, passive-aggressive behavior, and lack of trust
  • Repair relationships and increase emotional connection
  • Build agile teams that can evolve and change due to their relational strength
  • Develop an atmosphere that supports coaching, collaboration, and commitment

EmC can help you become more connected and agile as an organization, able to handle challenges with confidence

EmC is different from traditional emotional intelligence training programs, communication procedures, or conflict resolution strategies. This scientifically-proven and systematic approach is based on the attachment-theory principles and neuroscience of behavior.

The benefits of this program are improved emotional connections, which enhance the day-to-day work environment and team dynamics. Through greater authenticity and shared vulnerability, the program lays the foundation for richer conversations among team members. Last but not least, the ability to achieve emotional balance enhances the individual and the organization’s capabilities in dealing with uncertainty and volatility.

EmC in Universities:

The EmC Process is included in various university programs:

  • Organizational Psychology, Master’s Degree Program at Pepperdine University, CA
  • Leadership, Bachelor’s Degree Business School at Chapman University, CA
  • Improving Board and Team Dynamics through the Emotional Connection Process, Master’s Degree Business School at Chapman University, CA
  • Entrepreneurship, Bachelor’s Degree program at the California University State of Long Beach, CA

Research Advisory Group

The EmC process relies on continuous evaluation of its methodology, content, and delivery through substantive research informed by best practices in psychology. Our Research Advisory Board provides guidance and feedback based on their academic expertise blended with their areas of professional exploration.