Resilient Transformation for Organizations 4.0

The crisis is far from over and we must prepare for what lies ahead in the future. Leaders all over the world are called to harness soft skills or essential skills so we can be more human in navigating a world wherein the norm is change and uncertainty. The call for change, rather transformation is a must in order to recover with the end goal of thriving. LinkedIn in their Global talent trends report of 2019 did a survey  and the results came out saying, “92 percent of companies surveyed reported that human capabilities matter as much or more than hard skills in today’s business world.”

The overwhelming need for resilient transformation for organizations to endure, cope and make it in this uncertain, ambiguous world is no longer an afterthought but one that leaders must embrace not only in this crisis but beyond.

However, these soft skills are the hardest to harness. Conventional training is not sufficient to ensure that skills like empathy, resiliency, self-awareness, agility, innovation, and creativity are instilled in everyday applications in business or in life.

“The historic challenge for leaders is to manage the crisis while building the future.” – Henry Kissinger2

This takes a leader from merely being decisive to one being resilient, flexible, and creative. Managing what is at stake and to continuously create the future for the organization is what it takes to propel your organizations to recovery and thriving.

Let’s face it, human nature is inherently motivated by self, personality, nature, and nurture. Therefore, in order for us to see and feel real behavioral changes, essential skills that make us more humane should be honed, instilled through a regular dose of learning and development, coaching, and application in the workplace and in life.

How will this look like for organizations? These will be through a series of online learning experiences with the application and a combination of individual coaching with an assessment to drive the necessary changes. Leadership creates and drives culture so it must start from the top.

Once this is implemented, then the other people in the organization should be able to immerse themselves in a unique self-improvement virtual learning. They should be given the autonomy to choose the basic skills they would like to have combined with must-have learnings that they should be a part of.

Creativity in online learning experiences is a must so that the learners do not experience “digital fatigue.” For now, these are the learning platforms we can go into unless it is necessary, face to face learning can be done with extreme precautions.

Later on, as the “world gets healed” a blended form of learning is highly recommended.

I once read that since money is and will be scarce, the best way to spend it is in gaining knowledge.

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Artificial Intelligence With Feelings: Vulnerability Is a Strength If There’s Self-Awareness

Sophia, the robot with citizenship is now being enhanced to have the capability to read emotions in others and to emulate them. Thanks to Hanson robotics through its’ artificial intelligence research and implementation, you may find Sophia harboring feelings of anger or happiness for you or for herself. Hmmm, this is way too human and my immediate reaction is fear. The question I asked myself is,” What makes me different if AI can have feelings as well”?

I pondered about this but the next thought and question I ask myself is scarier. While our counterpart AI is trying their best to have and mirror emotions, aren’t we humans trying to be more robotic? Devoid of emotions so that we feel too little, react so little and dare not tread on real-life conversations dealing with how one feels, but conversations if done right and with care can give the most satisfaction out of life!

This is where vulnerability, looked upon as a weakness becomes our strength. But, yes there is a big but, that is if self-awareness is present. This was a big eye-opener for me.

You see, when you are aware of your vulnerability, they become your strengths. Self-awareness should lead to reflection and aspiration to conquer these. An example is if you are vulnerable enough to have self-reflection that you are anxious over something and is causing you to think, decide and act irrationally, then by being aware of these, you should be able to know what to do. Anxiety should lead you to positive action, not the other way.

The scarier part is not being vulnerable to so-called “negative feelings” and not being aware of it. As Brene Brown has said,” When emotion and cognition are undefined and unexplained, they drive every decision and action we make (consciously or unconsciously). We either develop self-awareness or these things will control you!”

At the end of the day, after much thought, my trek to vulnerability over AI taking over the world, my world for this generation of humans and the next led me to self-awareness. No way can AI claim to know how I truly feel. We build emotions, they are not built-in and if AI cannot read between the lines, or where one is coming from or the context of why one feels that way, then AI stays on your road to the cognitive because this is one lady whose affective you will not affect!

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Emovation in E-Motion: Online Coaching and Learning Programs

Are you working in Human Resources or Learning & Development with responsibility for enhancing your organization’s performance through its people strategy? Would you like to learn more about creating and sustaining an emotionally intelligent workplace?


Why Should You Use Emovation in E-Motion Online Coaching and Learning Programs?

With our so-called ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ (the emergence of Artificial Intelligence) all of the most credible research organizations are focusing upon emotional intelligence skills as THE core differentiator for organizations in an AI-enabled world.

The latest research by Capgemini said “demand for EI is expected to increase by as much as six times” – underlining previous soft-quoted research from the World Economic Forum citing EI as a key skill for the next several years.

This report also said “Organizations do not conduct enough training in building EI skills for employees…”, despite the fact that they “…can achieve returns up to four times higher by investing in Emotional Intelligence skills“.

And it’s not just the World Economic Forum and Capgemini highlighting the key role of Emotional Intelligence – research just published by LinkedIn also identifies EI as one of the top 5 most in-demand skills.

Bottom line: if you’ve any responsibility for the people side of your business, emotional intelligence should be a key consideration. (Source: GENOS EU International)

The “new normal” is arising. As leaders, what are we going to do about it? Preparation for the “transition” period is a must. We, at Emovation, can help you navigate through it by defining how your people are “feeling” so we can get to a realistic and enabling emotional climate.

We can walk you through several programs, utilize interventions, OD consulting and Coaching for Leaders to support you and your people into becoming more resilient, adaptable and highly performing even with the change or shall we say transformation phase.

We are also announcing our Emovation in E-Motion Online Coaching and Learning Programs:

  • – The Emotionally Intelligent Leader
  • – Selling with the Heart
  • – Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace
  • – Emotional Intelligence for Millennials

These are just a few of the programs we offer. We can also customize programs according to your needs. We have adapted to the call of the times and never worked so hard as before because we care!

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Other Emovation Products and Services

Online Learning Sessions:

  • – The whole program consists of 8-hours with 4 modules
  • – Per module consists of 2 hours of online learning
  • – Online learning can be taken per module or the whole program
  • – Online learning programs can be off the shelf or customized


Online Assessments and Coaching:

  • – Online Emotional Intelligence Assessments
  • – For Recruitment (GENOS selection tool)
  • – For Learning and Development ( Self,180 and 360 assessment)
  • – Online Emotional Intelligence Assessment + Coaching
  • – GENOS EI Self-Assessment
  • – GENOS EI 180 Assessment
  • – GENOS EI 360 Assessment


GENOS Emotional Culture Index Survey

The Emotional Culture Index is designed to measure three dimensions of emotions at work:

  • – Current state – How often your people experience certain feelings at work.
  • – Expected state – How often your people think it’s fair and reasonable to experience these feelings at work given the nature and context of your workplace.
  • – Ideal state – How often your people think they should ideally experience these feelings in your workplace in order to be effective.

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