Topics of Interest
AwareComm® is proud to announce the Direction and Strength series of socially responsible community projects. Each Topic of Interest employs a proven blend of technology, methodology, human understanding and data science for the purpose of building a better world, together.
- Understanding the Team Perspective
- Understanding Team Member Perspective
- Identify YOUR strengths and Help Others
- Identify OTHERS Strengths to help you
- Explore NEW Ideas without Judgment of you
- Explore the Forgotten People – Nobody Noticed
Build a better world Together
Explore the links below to discover how one or more of these opportunities could be a catalyst for cultural evolution in your community.
Current Co-Lab™ Social Projects:
- Direction and Strength Christians
- Direction and Strength Uganda
- Direction and Strength Employee
- Direction and Strength UAS
- Direction and Strength Recovery
- Direction and Strength Veterans
- Direction and Strength Animal Lovers
- Direction and Strength The Forgotten People (Institutionalized Society)
Corporate Narcissism is the organizational illusion of being invincible. Ever heard the phrase “too big to fail?” Don’t be fooled, there is no such thing. This is exemplified by the medical industry example that follows.
- People enter the medical industry for the right reasons, but they end up becoming part of the machine and lose sight of their altruistic driving factors
- The Healthcare community steps on physicians and healthcare workers, without consideration for keeping them, because they’re all going to be replaced by automated diagnostics, services and robotic caregivers anyway (it’s happening now)
AwareComm® led a field research study that examined the leading causes of death for Americans. It was determined that preventable medical errors was the 3rd leading cause of death. The findings of AwareComm’s field research were recognized internationally and garnered interest in the the medical industry. However, the hosting organization perceived the findings to be a threat and severed ties to this research study.
As a result of AwareComm’s field research, the Medical Device Interoperability Co-Lab™ was born. Learn more by clicking the Building a Culture of Interoperability link and exploring all the links near the bottom of the page.