Synergy Pathways collaborating with CapoLeader to bring Flow in individual and organizational performance development through FLIGBY: leadership simulation game
31 March 2021


Synergy Pathways has always been committed to stimulate individual and organizational growth in innovative effective ways. We have come to discover and appreciate the effectiveness of the Leadership Simulation Game Fligby thanks to Stefano Selvini, founder of CapoLeader, that has introduced the tool in Italy in 2020. 


The simulator offers an involving, entertaining, one-of-kind experience to gain awareness about oneself leadership and relational strengths and aspects to improve along with representing a powerful tool to obtain objective, non intrusive, feedback for improvement and growth.


The entire simulation is based on the classic far reaching theory of FLOW developed by Professor Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi whom has directly collaborated with the company that has developed the simulator: Aleas Simulation Inc. based in Los Angeles - California. 


Fligby has been utilised by leaders, entrepreneurs and managers during the last eight years on a global scale, many global corporations, as well Small to Mid Size companies, are relying on this tool for consistent performance improvement. 


Riccardo Paterni, from Synergy Pathways, is in the process of acquiring a Certification as Fligby Facilitator and Ambassador through a program offered by CapoLeader. 


Synergy Pathways and CapoLeader as committed to collaborate actively in order to spread awareness and innovative utilisation of this powerful tool for lasting individual and organizational performance improvement. 


At the link below the official Fligby trailer.




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