Stress & Leadership

The Ten Actors Methodology™ is a ground-breaking, one of a kind methodology that helps people to prevent stress-related burnouts by coming to grips with the proper usage of the human system.

Organizations in which this work has been delivered include: Atos (the emerging line managers leadership programme); The Dutch ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment (the senior executive structure); Unilever (young top talent); TAUW (the leadership team); DaVita (EMEA leadership team); Eppendorf (coaching senior executives); Pfannenberg (the senior executive structure); KLM (the management trainees programme); Pfizer (the leadership team of the Dutch branch); Philips  (executive coaching).

21st century stress: A silent killer

Upon entering the 21st century, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared stress to be the third most lethal global disease after cardiovascular disease and cancer. There is now overwhelming evidence that points to the  deep connection between stress, cardiovascular and many forms of cancer. According to the American Medical Association, some 70% of visits to physicians are stress-related. Stress is actually quite contagious: You may not suffer excessive stress factors, but if your workplace is populated by stressful people, their stress ‘vibes’ will affect you in obvious and not so obvious ways.

An ingenious developmental insight

A result of ground-breaking work into the human potentiality, the Ten Actors Methodology™ is about training oneself to meet, respond and handle life and its challenges at the point of action by learning how to make better, more effective use of the whole of oneself and the different dimensions that define the natural human capacity to perceive and respond. The outcome is a tangible leap in one’s personal growth, self-leadership and personal effectiveness. Because it’s about connecting to one’s natural potential, the process of learning and assimilation of this methodology is rapid, fluid and invigorating.

Coaching & Workshops

Contact us to discuss the various configurations through which the Anatomy of Stress and the Ten Actors Methodology can be delivered in your organization.

Stress is not being able to use oneself properly