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GILU media is an educational platform that introduces the metacompetencies that help you live an authentic, intuitive life. The portal is a way of giving a voice and visibility to the GILU ecosystem itself.

Only by mastering the essential universal capacities can a person be functional and experience the fullness of life.

Publications
Rasa Baltė Balčiūnienė: living aesthetics is no longer a privilege, but a necessity today
In October, Rasa Baltė Balčiūnienė, business psychologist, founder of HAI Institute and Amres Art Gallery, organised the first neuroaesthetics exhibition in Lithuania, "The Experience of Living Aesthetics: recognizing humanity", combining seemingly all of her competencies and areas of interest - from art to neuroscience, from the Ancient European civilisation studied by Marija Gimbutienė to business today.
Asta Dekinienė: the aesthetics that surround us, creative leasure time also influences business results
Asta Dekinienė, who works as a division manager in an international team, long time ago has discovered the power of quality free time and creative self-fulfilment. In her opinion, what we put into ourselves (in the broader sense) is what we put back into our environment.
Nature photographer Ramunė Vakarė: in nature I realised that all the answers lie within us
Ramunė Vakarė, an enthusiast of wildlife photography and winner of the competition "Plant Portraits", lives in a remote forest village in the Karšuva Forest, which she calls her paradise. Almost every day she walks around the forest with her camera and captures plants, bugs, mushrooms, birds, animals, which she then curiously studies, making sure to find out what she has captured. Ramunė believes that her intuition guides her through nature. She thinks we should rely on it more often in our everyday life.
Decorator Mantas Petravičius: even Western Europe admires our Lithuanian clay
Clay and clay plaster in the Lithuanian consciousness until recently, and sometimes even today, are associated with old times, the countryside, deprivation, or people living in a clay hut, who have chosen a radical eco-friendly life. Today, these stereotypes are changing, and decorator, artist Mantas Petravičius, who has been working exclusively with clay plaster since 2015, is making a significant contribution.
Eglė Daunienė: one of the biggest challenges for mature organisations is to be able to reflect on themselves
Eglė Daunienė, Adaptive Leadership consultant and expert, explores the processes of change in business organisations and the importance of awareness and intuitiveness in them. We talk to her about living systems companies and the leadership they require.
The intuitive journey to stereotype-breaking Oman
Four travel enthusiasts and entrepreneurial friends - Daiva Viskontienė, Gitana Mačienė, Asta Dekinienė and Rasa Baltė Balčiūnienė - embarked on an experiential trip organised by the HAI Institute in Oman, an Arab country that they had not known very well until then. The Honorary Consul of the Sultanate of Oman in Vilnius, Boleta Senkienė, helped them meet and talk to local businesswomen. The travellers made incredible friendships and discoveries in other parts of this stunning part of the world. More about what makes intuitive journeys special and what stereotypes Oman is breaking - in LRT.lt article.
Why apply lively systems principles in organisations?
It is important to understand the intention behind the desire to create or transform an organisation into a living one - is it the desire to be unique, to be modern, to be on trend, or is it above all the inner desire to create a healthy organisation? In the first case, the organisation will be a pretty façade without substance, another construct of rationality. Creating an organisation based on the principles of living systems first requires a change in one's own thinking and behaviour, which can often be emotionally difficult.
Business psychologist R. Baltė Balčiūnienė: how is a leader different from a manager or an entrepreneur?
In these times of change, which some intellectuals describe as a permanent crisis, we need leaders more than ever to propose new ways of acting. However, we often confuse the terms, equating leaders with leaders and entrepreneurs, and it is therefore important to distinguish between them.
6 meta-competences for modern business and human flourishing
While the industrial labour market has been much concerned with the importance of functional competences, it has been realised that soft competences are also important. Today, we hear another term: metacompetences, which are competences that a person develops throughout his or her life, and whose relevance is only becoming more pronounced in the face of the ongoing crisis (or polycrisis) and the rise of artificial intelligence. The success of our activities, and indeed of our lives, depends on them.
Rasa Baltė Balčiūnienė
Founder of the HAI Institute

Ornela Ramašauskaitė
Art market and marketing expert

Asta Dekinienė
Head of Xerox
Central and Eastern Europe Region