Corporation

CORPORATION

The family system
follows us everywhere.

While we may be programmed from childhood to separate work and family, the reality is every element of our life impacts the other —and the roots live in our family system. Harmony in the workplace starts with harmony with ourselves.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

In careers,

THE COMPANY

represents the mother relationship,

THE HIERARCHY

or every position above us—represents the father

AND CO-WORKERS

represent siblings—or any other relationship outside the family.

WHAT DOES
THIS MEAN
FOR MY
CAREER?

It means unhealed wounds in the family unit and unresolved experiences might create repetitive patterns in the workforce.

For example, if we didn’t feel seen by our father—if we felt ignored, or our needs unmet—then we may unconsciously fill those feelings of not being seen toward our boss—needing to feel seen by him to fulfill this unmet need in the family unit.

This is important, because it may mean ...
even in our careers, we could be looking for (replaying) affection where we didn’t receive it in our family system.

Another dynamic that can take place in the work ecosystem ...
Feeling resentful or bitter towards our company may reflect a wounded relationship with our mother — a foundation needing healing.

Ask yourself:
How was/is my relationship with my mother?
How was/is my relationship with my father?

If we are waiting to feel more love, attention, affection or understanding in our family system, we’ll look for affection where we didn’t receive it—including our career.

HOW CAN
ORGANIZATIONAL
WORKSHOPS BE
BENEFICIAL FOR
COMPANIES?

When we focus on the global unit working for the company itself —partnership with everyone and everything— coming into authentic alignment on every level, success isn’t just inevitable it feels easy because harmony and strength exists at the foundational level.

When we focus on the empowerment of individuals, the organizations they care about, and the possibility of partnership between employees, employers and co-workers within the work system, along with customers and suppliers, come into harmony.

Ultimately, a thriving company comes down to thriving relationships. The foundation of these relationships link back to understanding between employers, employees and their work environment. By caring for employees and managers of the company, we can create a new framework for companies to succeed.

While we may come from different backgrounds, cultures and experiences, we all have the need to be seen, valued, and heard.

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