SEE, DECIDE AND ACT WITH DETERMINATION

In the 21st century, humanity must urgently solve local problems and meet global challenges. With the 2030 Agenda and the Paris Agreement, adopted in 2015, it officially affirmed the common ambition to achieve 17 goals specified by 169 targets and 232 indicators.

For more than four years, we should have set to work and strive together to achieve these salutary goals for the world. Yet, due to short-term constraints, we remain stuck in inertia or take little baby steps, so our actions show piddling results in relation to the seriousness of the problems and issues.

Why do we not collectively have the strength to make difficult decisions and the courage to take actions necessary for the common good?


In addition, the covid 19 pandemic and the confinement of 4 billion human beings in 2020 plunges us into an economic, financial, social, political and humanitarian crisis whose short and medium-term consequences are still incalculable. Whatever the post-covid scenario, we cannot and should not go back and resume our endless incantations: back to normal, business as usual and the show must go on.

This catastrophic crisis reminds us of a harsh reality of life: living beings are mortal, fragile and vulnerable, but our ego, filled with confused illusions, makes us believe in their eternity, their omniscience and their omnipotence.


In a frantic consumer society, competition and rivalry create constantly strained power relations and lock the protagonists into a zero-sum game or, worse, into the Thucydides trap (winners systematically pay a high price for successes. short-lived, and the vanquished ruminate on their powerlessness while watching for opportunities for revenge).

To break out of the silos created by political and organizational red tape, operational decision-makers mistakenly believe that they only need to acquire new knowledge, skills and methodologies to shape the outside world of matter as they see fit. Despite their desires, they will continue to procrastinate, hesitate and wait.

To succeed in projects, they also need to develop creativity, responsiveness, leadership and the ability to mobilize teams, in order to be able to apply freedom of action, concentration of effort and economy of means.


Our firm O.VISION has created high-level programs to help managers clarify their qualities, express their talents and enhance the experience acquired.

They will thus be able to constantly ensure :

  • Look for relevant and innovative solutions

  • Lead and coordinate the activities of global and local missions

  • Transmit knowledge, skills and feedback.

To give themselves the best chances of carrying out large-scale initiatives producing large-scale impacts, they will seek:

  1. Leverage: "Give me a place to stand and a lever, and I will move the world" (Archimedes).

  2. The domino effect: a minor change in proximity will cause a second similar change, and so on until the desired major result is obtained.

The seminars offered are particularly aimed at decision-makers, project teams, members of the Better We Better World initiative and champions of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda.


The seminars offered are particularly aimed at decision-makers, project teams, members of the Better We Better World initiative and champions of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda.

 
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