Syntagma Philosophical Consulting - – finding effective solutions starts with asking the right questions –

What we do for our clients

We do:

  • Engineer solutions to problems of values and existential complexity in the fields of management, policymaking, research and education, healthcare, family, art, and entertainment
  • Coach executives to become more effective leaders, supervisors and administrators through analysis and improvement of the axiological (e.g. ethical, aesthetic, logical) aspects of their professional activities
  • Teach clients to recognise and prioritise critical issues that lie hidden on the periphery of their daily experience and turn that knowledge into a resource
  • Expand our clients’ ability to understand the theoretical frameworks that undergird their professional and personal environments in order to anticipate emerging threats and opportunities
  • Help executives and others to deal with “information overload” by providing them with instruments for effectively identifying, evaluating, and applying information
  • Provide customised analyses and clear explanations of the existential, ethical, ontological, epistemological, and aesthetic aspects of current topics in public debates on the economy, science and technology, politics, social sciences, and the arts
  • Instruct individuals and groups in logic and critical thinking to improve their performance in professional and personal environments
  • Develop comprehensive assessments of existing organisational ethics policies, preparing tailored ethics policies consistent with industry best practices and training employees on interpretation and application of ethics policies
  • Identify and analyse the quantitative and qualitative social, cultural, environmental, and quality-of-life impacts of a client’s organisation’s work, e.g. for SROI metrics and corporate social responsibility initiatives


We do not:

  • Offer psychotherapy or psychiatric counselling; teach, use or in any other way employ medication, NLP, hypnosis, subliminal messaging or other methods of direct transformation of thought processes, perceptions, feelings and reactions; teach religion or belief systems (like New Age, Scientology, or Gnosis); receive confessions or facilitate atonement of crimes; ghostwrite essays or other written or oral presentations; or issue certificates of completion of courses equivalent to those issued by educational institutions