For some, we are slaves to our routine, our habits and our brain is content to save energy by simplifying our lives.
So how do we change a paradigm, a routine, and a habit?
This question has been studied by neuroscientists, psychologists who for them this last one is of great complexity, since it is important to put aside laxity (carelessness) but rather to create a new way of life by our emotional and technical side.
It is true that we are all responsible for our habits and it is up to us to find solutions.
To achieve change, we need to identify our routine, create rules, alternatives, strategies and ensure proper execution by developing a plan.
For mistakes that can be made, they increase with the degree to which we are distracted, stressed or somehow mentally overwhelmed. We are more sensitive to the emotions guiding our attention when our mind wanders. Absolute concentration demands that our inner voices be silent.
What we learn at Euroelec-Smart Energy by Lean Management is to think before taking action. Because yes, we all want to do well as soon as possible, but rushing into a project does not guarantee a quality result. This collective act of self-awareness will, on the one hand, allow cohesion, but also save considerable time for the progress of our projects. Among other things, unconsciously it would be a collective coaching because all reflect periodically on its functioning as a group to promote the expected change. The goal is to create a positive atmosphere.
Expected Results :
AWARENESS : Self-awareness, Contextualization.
RESPONSIBILITY : Decision Making, Direction, Engagement.
EVOLUTION : Planning, Action, Monitoring, Change.
OUTCOME : Learning, Feedback, Continuous Improvement