SOCIAL ECOLOGISTS are:
* autonomous (vs. arrogant), yet able to collaborate across differences
* creative, imaginative, in touch with their intuition;
* able to be aware of and effectively express and use their feelings
* reflective and responsible;
aware of the bigger picture and long term applications;
* able to use a diversity of means of communication;
* culturally and contextually sensitive;
empowered to act;
* integrative of head, heart and body, spirit and soul;
* in touch with values and theIr implications for plans and actions;
* likely to pay attention to diverse outcomes (feedback)
SOCIAL ECOLOGISTS' COMPETENCIES:
* VALUES CLARIFICATION and their role in the CHANGE PROCESSES;
* HISTORICAL & HOLISTIC ANALYSES of COMPLEX SITUATIONS;
* FACILITATION and LEADERSHIP re EQUITABLE 'positive' co-evolutionary CHANGE;
* DESIGN and ESTABLISHMENT of STRUCTURES and PROCESSES that can SUPPORT IMPROVEMENT;
* COLLABORATION and SUPPORT within contexts of DIFFERENCE
* ABILITY to LEARN and RESEARCH (particularly PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH);
* REHABILITATION and MAINTENANCE of SOCIAL and ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS;
* EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION
Johan Hausoul carries a diverse and broad understanding of what it means to deliver a successful service and product to the industries of today's environments.
With a unique skill set that balances the life - work relationships, Johan identifies with a level of need to work while being as effective and sustainable to remain competitive.
With a background in Green Economics and Post Graduate studies and applied Social Ecology skills, Johan and his team are uniquely positioned to assist you in progressing you business beyond its current position in the marketplace while ensuring ethical practices are guaranteed.
Whether it is a specific project that needs to be enhanced and introduced into the existing or a new market, or whether you seek to
There are six main skillsets that sets the JAJH team apart from any others. We call these the Six Pillars of Success for both the customer and the JAJH organisation.
SOCIAL ECOLOGY provides a holistic framework – that emphasises the interrelationships between the personal, social and environmental domains- for understanding our past and present, and for collaborating with others in visioning and implementing an improved future.
SOCIAL ECOLOGY asks us to clarify our values and act in accordance with them, while taking into account what is needed for the healthy functioning of our local community, the people of the world and future generations, and the natural environment and its inhabitants. It involves an integration of concerns for the personal, social and environmental.
PERSONAL: your own values, beliefs, assumptions, hopes, ‘gifts’, visions, goals, roles, responsibilities, and ongoing development.
SOCIAL: society with its evolving structures and processes (cultural, political, economic, spiritual, philosophical, technological, including the built environment, informational, etc.)
ENVIRONMNETAL: the rehabilitation and maintenance of the local, regional and global natural environment, and particularly its biodiversity, as a supportive home for present and future generations of humans and all of the other species with which we share this planet..
As a SOCIAL ECOLOGIST Johan is particularly well prepared for work that requires: ability to work with people effectively; communication skills for informing people and changing behaviours;collaboration and taking leadership in change processes; conducting analytical studies of complex situations; and planning and implementing improved futures.