ProSocial is the science of groups working better together. It is a process to enhances the teamwork of groups – any group anywhere. It is a way of being that supports collaboration and cooperation, which is good for all members of a group. Organizations whose cultures evolve with collaboration succeed. Cultures that encourage ProSocial behaviors build happier healthier, and more productive people.
What are ProSocial behaviors?
They look like sharing, comforting, nurturing, rescuing, caring, collaborating, cooperating, listening, open and flexible ways of relating to others.
The behaviors ProSocial Dynamics fosters in group environments lead to
Support to increase helpful behaviors and graduated response to decrease unhelpful ones
In a ProSocial environment, prosocial behaviors are contagious.ProSocial fosters psychological flexibility within the group.
What is psychological flexibility?
Psychological flexibility is a way of being in the group that
Simply put, psychologically flexible people commit to moving toward their values and goals. They do what works most often.
President, ProSocial Dynamics, LLC
Claire has a PhD in Organizational Systems Transformation from Saybrook University, is a registered psychotherapist in Colorado with a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, and is a Canadian Coach Federation Certified Coach Professional (CCP). Claire has worked across cultures with corporations, government agencies, and non-profit entities building teams, coaching leaders, and providing training in group wellbeing. As a trained facilitator of the Prosocial Matrix Process, Claire is adept at working with start-up teams to build a strong collaborative culture from the outset and to bring stuck teams back into engagement, collaboration, and high performance. With a passion for uncovering the nonconscious emotional material that often gets in people’s way, Claire provides the teams with which she works the skills and knowledge to better understand emotional processes, how these show up in the team environment, affect behavior, and destroy team synergy. Training in the Prosocial Process provides a framework that immediately alleviates toxic team situations, building a strong spirit of resonance and collaboration. Claire’s pro bono work includes serving on the boards of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Association for Contextual Psychology (ACBS), the International Coach Federation’s Colorado Chapter, and as Co-Moderator of the ACBS Leadership, Organizational Behavior, and Public Policy Special Interest Group. She works closely with the University of Binghamton’s Evolution Center and the ACT Matrix Academy in developing the Prosocial Process, supporting both the academic research and the related public outreach efforts. Her joy is bringing the Prosocial Matrix Process for group collaboration into as many places as she can. Claire is fully bi-lingual in English and French, has some command of Moroccan Arabic, and has worked in Africa, Europe, the Middle East and Afghanistan. She is available for training, consultation, and coaching support.