Systemic Solutions develop core competencies
for managers and leaders. Systemic Coaching focuses on the cognitive and
emotional and connections between individuals and their organizations.
These connections are a basis for policies and models that form
organizational culture and systemic ecology. Systemic
Solutions focus on managing organizational direction, relationships and
Effective leadership includes skills in analyzing information, planning,
decision making and managing people. These skills enable managers to provide
consistently high performance and service standards. In any system,
relationships and communication are, or should be, primary management tools.
An effective leader controls human resources - training, morale,
trust, initiative, command and, to a lesser degree, human supplies.
Human supplies include placement, movements, loyalty and courage.
Although competition and chance may defy all
planning, a flexible leader can change strategies when obstacles or
opportunities appear. Yet, if a team is not ready or not willing
to respond, the best plans and strategies can come
to nothing. Survival depends on the team's abilities to teamwork -
and this is exactly where our Systemic Solutions can help you.
Every system produces skills for use by members of that system.
Members can also use skills developed or acquired by the system at
an earlier time, from which the system has evolved. However, members
may be unable to use or even consider skills developed within more
complex systems. Members may not understand or even appreciate
the more complex skills.
the important lessons in each phase of your system's development?
Why were those lessons necessary for your system to evolve? ...
Which lessons did you try to skip? Marcel Marien
When team members integrate their subjective and objective
experience to construct models of reality, they communicate their models as
behavioral rules. An effective leader can elicit, recognize and change these
rules to create and maintain motivation and inspiration, while
forming a team and getting people to work together - with minimal
intervention. Intervention can include:
- Experiential training for knowledge, understanding and competence
- Demonstrations, exercises, role-playing and trance-learning
- Integrated accelerated learning, expert modeling and systemic clarification
- Cost-effective programs integrated into retreats or annual meetings
Systemic coaching relationships can be as energizing to
the coach as to the client. Clients pay for sessions or a monthly retainer.
Coaching relationships can last between on session to several years.
The best systems theorists and systemic coaches appear to
use themselves as an instruments and architects of change. Use your
experiences and skills built on facing challenges: change your own behaviors
and follow up with your own coaching. Be aware that advice can create
irritation and dependency. Better coach them to improve, despite resistance
to change, than to follow your advice.
Focus on future solutions (not past problems) and on
what works (not what's wrong), leading to positive training and pragmatic
coaching. There are no formal
prerequisites to attend systemic coach training. The suggested prerequisites are
a co-operative attitude and emotional stability.
- 1. Communication training
- Ω Recognizing and resolving common verbal and non-verbal
Ω Flexibility - noticing and adapting to communication styles
Ω Interview skills for team selection, performance reviews and
Ω Negotiation skills for meetings and sales
Ω Dissolving communication blocks - perceptions, transferences, stress and guilt
- 2. Teamwork training
- Ω Recognizing and resolving common team conflicts and
Ω Installing leaders and setting effective team rules
Ω Developing team creativity
- 3. Sales training
Ω Developing SELLING personalities. Dissolving
verbal and nonverbal objections
Ω Improving your current sales skills ... and developing more
Ω Closing sales and getting hot referrals
- 4. Management training
- Ω Restructure and
fine-tune communications and relationships
Ω Resolving employee stress - permanently
Ω Letting the leaders lead - delegating authority and power
Ω Raising the bar - overcoming the 80:20 rule
- 5. Design a training
Ω We provide specialty
workshops for organizational challenges
Ω We train human resources and employee support staff
Ω Programs for unusual situations. (E.g.
submarine crews, emergency workers, wilderness survival, pain control,
refugees, death and dying)
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Systemic Counseling Diploma
- Courses include lectures, demonstrations, classroom
exercises and case discussions
- The underlying systemic psychology is presented
as simply as possible
- There is a strong emphasis on self and group
learning, within and outside the class
- Skill development projects are set as homework