Make Things Happen.
A blog, podcast and individual and workplace transformation service dedicated to exploring the unconscious in the workplace, specifically, the dynamics between the individual psyche and the workplace
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About Nicholas Toko
Training Candidate [Jungian Analyst] at the International School of Analytical Psychology based in Zürich, MA Jungian and post-Jungian Studies from the University of Essex, Co-opted Board Member (Projects) of the British Association for Psychological Type (BAPT), Postgrad Cert in Human Resource Management from the University of Westminster, BA (Honours) International Business Studies and Spanish Degree from Brunel University and a freelance Organisational Effectiveness Consultant.
"I blog about concepts from Jungian Analytical Psychology to analyse people and organisations-in depth and to reimagine ways of transforming organisations through people. I explore how the personality or psychological type of the individual contributes to, or impedes, business success. My aim is to help individuals to transform their personalities for personal, career or business success and to enable organisations to create a productive and harmonious workplace for their people"
A blog that applies Jungian analytical psychology theory, such as Personality Type, as a method of inquiry into the role and impact of the unconscious in organisation effectiveness.
I EXPLORE THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS IN THE BLOG
"How does the personality of the individual contribute to, or impede, business success?"
What's In It For You?
The unconscious is an untapped potential source of personal transformation, it can help you to improve your resilience, better understand yourself and others, develop more effective personal and work based relationships, find creative solutions to long standing problems, and a source of inspiration, knowledge and wisdom.
The workplace is a great stage drama of egos with conflicting, short-lived goals.
Are you confident to show the real "you", and its more long-term transformative goals, within the workplace? As an organisation, do you allow your people to be themselves, and therefore create a productive and harmonious workplace which can lead to workplace transformation?