Human relationships form the foundations of all dynamics that we engage with on a daily basis, at home, at work, and when we play. The better you understand the fundamentals of relationships (both intrapersonal and interpersonal) the better you are able to effectively and positively influence them. 

Our purpose is to help REfresh, REfocus, REjuvenate, REconstruct and REorganise relationships to help optimise communication, understanding and connection, minimising conflict, and ultimately helping to access and cultivate our incredible innate human potential. 

A pragmatic and systematic approach to better understanding the complex and overlapping relationships dynamics, based on the premise that ALL relationships contain universal elements of: 

TRUST

(Depth of Relationship)

COMMUNICATION

(Engagement Efficacy)

COOPERATION

(Effort & Balance)

RESPECT

(Acceptance, Tolerance & Understanding)

A four-part process forms part of the simple, yet relatable process, applicable to ALL dynamics: 

CONTEXT

(Broad overview, history, understanding and contributing factors)

PERSPECTIVE

(Orientation to current dynamics)

CLARITY

(Deep understanding of current practical & emotional elements and identification of presenting problems vs underlying problems)

PLANNING

(Practical action plans strategically focused on addressing the CORE, underlying, problems)

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Services

Relationships

Helping individuals, couples, leaders or teams to identify, understand and address issues within a your dynamics that are preventing growth and synergy. 

Communication

Communication is deeply woven into every, and all aspects of our daily lives. The words we use, the manner in which we deliver the words, all contribute to the overall experience and outcome thereof.

Leadership

Leadership is an influential relationship dynamic that relies on effective communicationpositive relationships, significant personal insight and a desire to achieve collective goals, across all relationship dynamics.  

Problem-Solving

Differentiating between presenting problems, underlying problems and consequential problems is just one of the many factors that need to be taken into account when looking to effectively and efficiently address problems.

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Johannesburg

RSA