An organizational constellation, like a family constellation is a methodology of mapping the team or organization to bring unknow or hidden information to light, in order to find the root cause of the challenge the company or organization is facing, and from there test and find possible solutions, to bring back balance to the system.
One can set up a constellation by using people, figures or other objects as representatives to the elements on the system and the process involves several phases from diagnosis to possible solution.
"Access information you already know, but don't know that you know."
(Cecílio Fernandez Regojo)
Family constellations is an innovative methodology, developed by Bert Hellinger aimed at bringing to light underlying family bonds and forces, which are many times carried unconsciously over generations and provide the person with hidden dynamics and information.
By setting a scene of the issue at stake, using people, figures or other elements as representatives the client acknowledges those patterns and entanglements and faces the possibility to break them in order to live a more fulfilled life. One cannot change the past, but can give it a new meaning and evolve from there.
One cannot change the past, but can give it a new meaning and evolve from there.
A methodology of working with a client to find hidden dynamics in and between the different systems s/he is part and make them balanced. It can be equivalent to a constellation in its effects, but the work is done without representatives, by using the regular tool of coaching: powerful questions.
What is specific to systemic coaching is the fact that the work is done using systemic information and centering on the systemic principles (order/hierarchy + belonging + balance in giving and taking) and the aspiration is the well-being of the entire system, to make it function better, and not necessarily results for the client him/herself.
"Systemic Coaching is about unraveling the entanglements the client has unconsciously ended up in. "
(Jan Jakob Stam)
Design thinking is an innovative solution-based approach to problem-solving, a methodology which combines creative tools and dynamics usually used by designers to the resolution of trials and issues in any area.
“Design can help to improve our lives in the present. Design thinking can help us chart a path into the future.”
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