Communities are like people; they have problems. Community problems are part of life – they are synonymous with living together and usually stem from a lack of respect for one another.
Our inability to live comfortably together is especially harmful during natural disasters or industrial failures which can literally paralyze life in many communities for months or even years due to enormous difficulties getting together, lack of communication, lack of cooperation and understanding between tenants and management. It’s usually very difficult to survive in these situations unless the community comes together and works in a more integral fashion.
We live in a new, rapidly changing world and communities of the 21st century must re-think their strategies and adapt them to this new reality in order to thrive in the future and co-exist communally.
Our integral approach offers a unique methodology of unifying people around the community goals. Along with bonding community members around their common goals it uses people’s diversity to create a stronger society, to promote openness and transparency, to enable people to put their talents to work for common good and to aspire them to build a balanced and harmonious environment.
Expect to see alignment and unification of community members toward a coherent and warm environment reflective of today’s new interconnected reality. High trust, transparency, improved communications inside the community will make management’s job much easier. Community members will learn how to cooperate, appreciate each other, respect policies and just be happy. In short, they will strive to live together in such a way that it’ll benefit everyone.