In today’s complex world, it’s not surprising that the old saying “it’s hard to see the wood for the trees” is a popular expression. TetraMap is all about looking at the wood and the trees and in fact using all of nature as a powerful metaphor for seeing ourselves and the nature of others.
TetraMap begins with a map reflecting how nature works inter-dependently and synergistically. We divide the map into its key Elements: Earth, Air, Water and Fire to define aspects of people’s nature. This process catalyses a way of thinking about how we behave and communicate differently, and through this lens, we see that human diversity is more than the usual definitions of age, sex, ethnicity, and so on. Indeed, it is the endless potential of mapping new and familiar territories that is the magic of TetraMap.
Knowing our nature via TetraMap can:
Earth: Take us forward to achieve goals.
Air: Help us design systems to work and plan together.
Water: Help us acknowledge diversity for our caring and wellbeing.
Fire: inspire and excite us to create bright futures together.
In this one minute video, you’ll see how a lack of understanding between different Elements causes havoc!