Systemic Consulting

Conflicts in the family
Consulting within the framework of a holistic approach
Systemic consulting in the change of the individual and the organization

Systemic consulting is rooted in the family therapy who has established itself in the 1950ies as a separate method. It brought about the "systemic approach" that conceived the family as a social system. The findings and views resulting from this have been found transferable to other social systems of human beings (school, professional life, relationships of couples).

The central question „What is the source of the problem?“ was more and more transformed into the question „What keeps up the problem?“ and „How can we built up solutions?" The systemic therapy and consulting have received a quickly spreading recognition and development for the 1970ies and has been strongly influenced by Virginia Satir, Salvadore Minuchin, Gregory Bateson, John Weakland, Jay Haley and Milton Erickson.

Our consulting services make use of the model of systemic thinking assuming that the employees, the cadre and the management are "experts in their own cause" and show a high degree of independence. This attitude is based on the fact that the organization has found its steady place in the market or that the human being holds a position in society. At the same time, the company is creating new challenges due to the activities of the individual.

We are convinced that every human being and every organization is able to develop own solutions. We work with the existing resources and competences. In dialogue we look for conditions under which the resources and competences can be activated, in order to achieve individual solutions with the utmost self-responsibility and self-organization.

The systemic approach is also the basis and attitude of coaching. Coaching is among other things applied in economics and in sports. We apply systemic consulting in the following fields:

  • Strategy development and -implementation

  • Organizational design

  • Family enterprises in the change of family

  • Supervision of management teams

  • Development of executives

  • Intercultural competence

 

 

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