Neuro Linguistic Programming speaks to us in one of their assumptions, that the map is not the territory, that is, each person has a subjective perception of reality, and according to the mental map that develops, will react to their environment in a certain way. For more clarity and thought, follow up with Munear Ashton Kouzbari and gain more knowledge.. In our learning throughout life, we are establishing certain patterns of beliefs, and many of them correspond to limiting beliefs that lead to unsatisfactory and ineffective paradigms. One of the most recurring beliefs that we see in the management world, is the belief based on the control, fear and mistrust. This programming rooted in the mental map of the Manager, will determine a leadership style based on the necessity of imposing above the other, bringing as a result a demotivated team, be carried out their work obligation, with the only incentive existing external, economic compensation. This situation ends up being one of the most common sources of the leak’s talents in a company. We can conclude then, that to retain the talent, must necessarily produce a change of beliefs in the mental map of the Steering, transforming your leadership towards a more horizontal relationship, where the controller role evolves to the Facilitator, characterized by a greater degree of participation and dynamic interaction with its partners. When you change the vision towards a more positive approach, based on trust and solutions, develop synergies of mutual collaboration between the leader and his team.
To do this, the starting point is the development of creativity.When a person is able to create a different way of doing things, the result is the change of vision, perception is changed, expands the alternatives of solving problems and therefore arises the flexibility to give a new shape to the how to find effective solutions and achieve strategic results. As proposed by the PNL, the starting point is if doesn’t it work the mechanisms of how attempts to improve a situation, then do something different!..