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TetraMap is a globally proven learning model designed to grow everyone's potential. The wisdom of nature and the universal knowledge that people learn from metaphors underpin our approach.

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Reduce complexity, recognise diversity.

We already know problems are more easily solved by people working together by bringing a diverse range of ideas, perspectives and experiences to the table. As Google’s Project Aristotle discovered, ‘perfect’ teams are built by providing the conditions where people can connect, communicate, collaborate and contribute. Then, the question is how?


Reduce Complexity

Recognise Diversity

Known as ‘sticky learning’ – TetraMap provides a simple process that engages head and heart. We help people learn together in ways that are fulfilling and long-lasting. We help create an environment that’s playful with serious intent, and contributes significantly to the all-important psychological safety factor.

A mindset shift occurs once learners experience; “I might not see things as you do, but I do value the difference your perspective adds.” This simple powerful shift begins to accelerate positive change and allows for differences to be seen as a team strength.

 

Everything we do is centred around one core belief: strength lies in valuing differences.

TetraMap is not a personality profiling tool. Rather, it builds a firm foundation for understanding your nature and the nature of others. It’s a learning experience designed to help make sense of things by exploring together. Exercises and activities focus on strengthening individuals, teamwork and leadership.

 

“As a leadership development professional, including the specialized work I’ve done the last 6-8 years in coaching executives, I have rarely found an assessment with more resonance than TetraMap. The experience of learning about The Elements and their “stickiness” keeps people referencing their results and integrating their learning in the day-to-day realities of both professional and personal livelihoods.”
Marcy Levy Shankman, Ph.D. Certified TetraMap Facilitator, MLS Consulting, USA

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  • Markus Hornung, EQ Dynamics International

    "I was and am totally convinced by the holistic approach."

  • Sylvie Carter, Australia

    "The power of TetraMap is its simplicity to engage minds and optimise thinking for increased learning and collaboration."

 

Our work is underpinned by a values-based model reflecting nature’s principles

value diversity, be sustainable, work inter-dependently and create and synergy.

Google’s Project Aristotle by the New York Times

Recent Posts

STOP! Technology Buyer Beware – Please read this.

August 3, 2020 - Brett

During this time of turmoil caused by the COVID pandemic, We see a lot of protest springing up, Seamingly showing that society had started focusing on taking moral stances and exercising their right to voice them.

This got me to wandering, in this technology-focused time, How much time do we spend thinking about the ethics or morality of the organizations that provide our technology?

If only you knew your greatness…

July 6, 2020 - TetraMap_Admin

A fellow participant on a training programme that I’m attending shared this passage with me. I was taken aback by its power and that the author seems to be talking to me; it gives me new hope, I just need to unlock my power!

Are you a conscious consumer… of content?

April 24, 2020 - Jan

The ability to be selective with information we access, process and accept is more important than ever before. It’s up to us as the receiver of information to choose reliable sources and separate fact from opinion, speculation and misinformation – as the sender may often disguise those differences. We need to step up and start being conscious consumers of content.