Ontology Based Transformational Processes
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No matter how successful or effective we may be, the fact is that we barely scratch the surface of our ability to solve serious challenges, to communicate or to create new and unprecedented possibilities. Transformational processes give participants a powerful access to their natural and limitless problem solving and communication capabilities. Individual and organization clients are not taught a "formula for success" or a step by step "how to do it" methodology. There is no method, principles or philosophy to adopt.
The processes were developed through ontology based research are not like any other. They are processes that one goes through leaving one with a new and expanding ability to recognize factors and issues previously bypassed which stand as obstacles recognized or not. Often not. Recognizing these critical issues combined with the participants expertise makes formulating policies, developing security strategies, negotiating and several other vital functions consistently successful.
The bottom line is that the solutions we require to solve our greatest challenges can be readily developed. However, given the conscious awareness limitations human beings have, it is commonly difficult to identify what issues need to be addressed and the best way to address them. They are often not what we think they are.
These specialized processes, overwhelmingly successful worldwide support clients in producing totally unprecedented major breakthrough results in all challenges despite perceived obstacles. We all have the latent ability within us to produce extraordinary results. These resources support those possibilities. There are truly no "experts" that can give us the advice that can compare to the realizations we can discover from within ourselves. Ontology based programs provide participants with access to their limitless capabilities.
A 60 minute video-Consultant Becky Robbins at NASA. This is a one hour overview about a 2-3 day program on causing breakthroughs through new models of communication.
This same presentation was also presented at the US Department of State. The latter came about because of a referral by Senator George Mitchell to Former Deputy Secretary of State William Burns. Deputy Burns then instructed an official of a State Department bureau dealing with conflict to discuss the programs with us. The bureau official and others organized the presentation.