Daily Archives: January 13, 2009


UKC – Sydney: the first specialty certification 1

Katherine Hosie was the first partner entering the Japanese Park that ended in December 2008. She is also the first partner certifying in a specialization field: unicist language ontology (forecasting actions based on the use of language or producing actions stimulated by the use of written or spoken language).
Katherine Hosie happens to be an excellent writer.
This specialty is necessary to sustain all our Market-Labs, Communication Strategies and Image Building technologies.
She will be available to counsel the corresponding individual and corporate programs worldwide in English.
(A recommendation to find the specialization field: Where there is a light there is a shadow; and where there is a shadow there is a light = Contact Katherine Hosie.)

Executive Committee


Unicist Learning Programs 2009 will begin on January, 27

This year’s unicist learning programs will begin on January, 27. All our learning programs are focused on managing problems based on their nature. Real applications developed by participants and off-line counseling define the nature of our programs. Unicist micro-clinics, developing the guiding idea of unicist technologies, provide the necessary thematic environment to be able to integrate technical knowledge with a fundamental approach that enables participants to deal with the nature of problems.
This year counselors will be the partners who have the necessary specialty knowledge in the field of learners’ real applications.
The micro-clinics will begin being developed by Diana Belohlavek, Angela Moretti and Carla Pelosso.
There will be several partners certifying during the next months. They are absolutely needed to fulfill the goal of having more than 10,000 participants in the programs this year. All certifications imply a specialty in counseling and a deep thematic knowledge of the learning taxonomies to develop the micro-clinics. Of course coaching skills are implicit.