Monthly Archives: June 2009


The language of conflict, the language of opportunities

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Opportunity seekers will always have to face threats. That is why the entrepreneur needs to learn how to deal with conflicts and profit from them.
But, which is the nature of the words to be used in conflict management?
Being aware of the nature of a conflict is a key factor to learn to use the right kind of words in conflict management. And this means using those words that are functional to a situation at the right time. This is not a question of good or bad, it’s a question of functionalities.
If ambiguity and hollowness elements are not proposed by one of the parts involved then, there is no place for the other part to fit in. And this works both ways.
The Unicist Ontology of Language provides an excellent tool to understand the nature of a communication process in order to profit from it, turning threats into opportunities.
There is subtleness involved in this process and a deep approach to the nature of communications.

Access more information on The Unicist Ontology of Language at:
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Diana Belohlavek

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Corporate Universities to increase the value added to markets

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Entrepreneurs need to move fast in a price reduction period. An alternative to add more value to clients is fostering the access to innovative technologies. Thus, a Unicist Corporate University can build stronger relations with the markets and expand their boundaries.
The structure of a Unicist Corporate University (UCU) has been designed to foster expansion both for the organizing institution and for the participants. A UCU works as a catalyst for the business of the organizing company and as a mind-opener for participants.
To foster expansion, UCUs necessarily need to go beyond the boundaries of the activity of participants.

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Entrepreneurs are threatened by the global crisis

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Free Web-Lecture / Clinic June 15, 2009 – 9:00 am to 10:00 am New York Time:

Understanding Empires: Their role in the Global Crisis by Peter Belohlavek

Empires, conceptually, are countries that produce attraction without needing to exert action. Therefore Empires will be having a leading role in the solution of the Global Crisis. This clinic will provide the unicist perspective on the building of the new stage. It will include the forecasts of the role of influential countries such as: Brazil, China, France, Germany, Japan, Russia, UK, and USA.

Register in the free Lecture at:  http://www.unicist.org/unicist-clinic.php

About Peter Belohlavek: http://www.unicist.org/pb.shtml
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Martin Alvaro
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The unicist conceptual approach is essential in start up businesses

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Start-up businesses are those that, being small, already include the seed of a huge corporation. The design of the business, usually called the business model, requires having the capacity to express very complex problems in extreme simple language.
This is the description of the use of synthetic language, which is the language to deal with concepts, strategies and conflicts.

Learn more about the use of languages at: http://www.unicist.net/economics

Martin Alvaro

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Unicist approach to entrepreneurial heroes

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Entrepreneurs by definition are used to dealing with difficulties. This characteristic fosters a heroic attitude among them. This attitude has two different biases:

  1. The hero who is able to sacrifice his or her own interest in order to achieve a superior goal for the business.
  2. The pseudo-hero who in fact is a survivor who needs to exert power and is a “middleman” in all problems.

Entrepreneurs evolve when they have the necessary hero to start a business and the necessary team to make it grow. When entrepreneurial organizations are driven by pseudo-heroic attitudes they tend to involve and disappear in the long run.

Learn more about the role of heroes and pseudo-heroes at:
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Diana Belohlavek

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