Organization Constellation CoP
Topic: The Systemic Management of Change
Last meeting in June we experienced the dynamics of personal and professional change. Several attendees worked with the group to explore their own professional and organizational challenges. Using the constellation methodology they brought to awareness and released hidden obstacles that blocked their progress. In addition, they accessed untapped resources that would help them and their organizations move forward. During the July 10 meeting we will continue to look at the systemic use of self as leaders of change in our own world and the worlds of our clients.
Constellation methodology, based on systems thinking, works with tacit knowledge, what you don’t know you know, to bring untapped wisdom to light. Mapping a system and its related issues physically brings to awareness what is unknown or has been excluded. When the dynamics behind old or hidden patterns are better understood they can be addressed and resolved. This process, applied at the Individual or group levels, is a powerful tool for coaches, facilitators and leaders of change.
The Organizational Constellation CoP has been meeting monthly since 2009. Our 78th meeting on July 10, 2015, includes: networking, a brief overview and demonstration of the constellation process, exploration of the leadership and organizational challenges proposed by the attendees. The meetings are free.
Harrison Snow, MBA, and other guest facilitators use constellations to help the attendees gain insights into their own or their client’s workplace challenges.
Come be a part of a dynamic and transformative afternoon.
Facilitator: Harrison Snow
SIG Leader: Harrison Snow | email@example.com
Time: 3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Cleveland Park Public library (near the DC Zoo on Connecticut Ave)
Second floor meeting room
Cancellation policy: None – please register so we know how many people are coming.