EgoMechanics, Inc. can work with individuals and organizations in a variety of ways that enhance communication, productivity, and personal growth. The expected outcomes of this work are extraordinarily valuable to each participating individual.
Variety of outcomes are expected following the experience of the team training and the regular use of the principles and practices of developing High Performance Teams.
Provides empowering and effective knowledge of healthy and unhealthy family functioning and a new communication format that the family uses to build collective strength and wellbeing as a team on a progressive basis.
When Dr. Lou Cox, a Manhattan-based clinical psychologist, gets a call from a rock band, he knows what to expect: a band on the verge of splitting up. Beginning with Aerosmith in 1985, he has worked with nearly 30 bands and the pattern has almost always been the same. “Unfortunately, I’m usually called in when things have gotten pretty bad,” said Dr. Cox….
how do we keep our egos in check and our eyes on the prize?
At EgoMechanics, Inc. we have worked with a wide variety of teams, from high powered executives to high rolling rock and roll bands.The fall from high performance, or the failure to get there in the first place, is always caused by one thing – team egos jamming team communication. We have a method for dealing directly and effectively with team egos so they don’t blow holes in high performance, a method that keeps working over the long haul and that doesn’t leave you with firing or trading your “ego problems” as your only options.
Specialists in developing high performance teams:
- What does a high performance team look like?
- What does an ego-challenged team look like?
- What is an ego?
- Are egos always bad for teamworks?
- Can egos and teamworks thrive together?
- How does EgoMechanics Inc. solve the problem of egos and teamwork?
What my clients say
Partial Client List
Humans are humans and we always bump into interactions with each other that can jam up teamwork and can't seem to be talked through effectively.
About Lou Cox
Dr. Louis D. Cox is a licensed Clinical Psychologist who has been practicing for fifty five years. His areas of expertise include High Performance Team Development and Alcoholism and Addiction.
Dr. Cox is trained in a variety of psychotherapeutic techniques including psychoanalysis, Gestalt therapy, Psychodrama, and cognitive therapy. Through both individual and group sessions he assists his clients release the mental, emotional, and spiritual limitations set on them by faulty parenting and education. Dr. Cox also supervises other therapists in their practice of psychotherapy.
He’s also the author of the newly released book “Ego: The Ghost In Your Machinery” and co-author of “A Conscious Life: Cultivating the Seven Qualities of Authentic Adulthood,”