The Hidden Dimensions of Leadership and Change

Harrisonnew worldsAs leaders and facilitators of change as a manager, coach or facilitator, we seek to help people appreciate what is working and what needs to be changed, individually and/or collectively. The steps of clearly identifying the problem, brainstorming solutions, picking the best one and developing a plan for implementing it are well known and widely followed.

Yet, despite the best of intentions by all concerned, resistances and obstacles more often than not hinder the effective implementation of those plans. What we don’t know we don’t know about ourselves or the system we operate in can lead to a lack of alignment that puts different parts of ourselves or the system at cross purposes with each other.

Fortunately, there is a methodology that enables us to map out the challenge of leadership and change that we face and gain the insights needed to foster alignment.
Our primary tool for this process of inquiry and insight is systemic (both organizational and family) constellations. This tool is based on systems thinking and the use of self.

The workshop will be primary experiential with brief presentations and discussions to deepen our understanding of the theories and concepts underlying this practical and hands on approach.
Bring your workplace and professional challenges for yourself, your clients and/or your organization to this workshop along with the openness to new insights and possibilities.

Date: June 26, 2015

Time: 9:30am-5:30pm

Location: 3605 Chain Bridge Road Suite C, Fairfax, VA 22030

CLICK HERE for more Information and to Register

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