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Government SIG

  • 28 Mar 2012
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • American University


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Government SIG

Topic: Facilitating Professional and Organizational Change Using a Systemic Approach

Facilitator: Harrison Snow

For the past 22 years Harrison’s mission has been to help raise the performance of an organization to the next level. During that time his mission has taken him to 24 different countries to build teams, develop teamwork and leadership skills, empower employees, resolve conflicts, enhance strategic decision making and inspire change.  He is the author of three books on management and teambuilding, the most recent being Tools For Teams.  Harrison has been an active member of CBODN for nearly as long as he has been a consultant and has presented at numerous conferences and professional gatherings.  He started his career in the field of outdoor teambuilding and believes from experience that groups learn more when they get out of their chairs and interact standing up.  For more information, please visit www.teambuildingassociates.com.

  • Do you have a challenging client or a client with a challenging situation?
  • Are you are looking for insights on how to best deal with the current challenges in your work?
  • Do you have a range of strategic options to consider?
If so, you may find the organization constellation (OC) methodology to be particularly useful tool to have in your professional toolkit.

The OC approach is based on the phenomenological work of Bert Hellinger with family systems and Rupert Sheldrake’s Field Theory. Although OC is fairly well known in Europe, it is just beginning to be introduced in North America.

The foundation of OC methodology is that organizations are systemic in nature.  The parts that make up the whole are all part of a system that has an inherent order and balance.  The performance or health of the system is enhanced when that inherent order and balance is maintained or restored.  The system itself can be represented physically (by individuals or symbols) in a way that allows nonphysical information to become more visible.

SIG Leader:
Katie Rozner

Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

American University
*further details TBD 

Cancellation policy: Please notify Katie Rozner as soon as possible by email at kathleen.rozner@gmail.com.

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