New learning journey
Understanding the system of yourself, along with seeing deeper the systems around you, is an outcome of the workshop which sets you on a new learning journey.
Very good way to become more helpful to organizations.
Lots of hands-on exercises that help you see and depict a very complex organizational situation in systematic metaphors.
This workshop is a true taste of what coaching looks like in an organization. The material is timely and relevant.
Powerful / Pragmatic / Contemplation / Experiential Learning
Like a fireside chat / mountain retreat with Esther & Don.
Learning with the best of the best.
Engage in systems thinking
An opportunity to learn and experience practices and methods in systems thinking.
Excellent for expanding your tool box. Lots of practical experience with using the models and tools.
We are all at sea in a fleet without a map. Now you will see this situation more clearly and how to help navigate.
It provides both insights and specific tools for making effective change – within an organization as well as within one’s self.
Adjust after you understand
Learn a process framework for analyzing a problem, the players, and the factors that describe the context. Then you can consider how you might experiment with adjusting the system after you understand it.
Assist effecting change
The workshop offers a framework and process to assist with effecting change – in small groups, one-on-one, and at an organizational level – in an experiential and thought provoking way.
The workshop covers a series of concepts and tools that you can learn and apply to help improve your effectiveness.
It was such an intimate setting and a great collaborative learning experience.
Shift your organization postively
Process of learning how to engage problems in a way consistent with your values and shift your organization positively.
This is an exciting, eye-opening workshop that provided creative and innovative techniques for coaching teams while assisting participants in developing their Agile network.
Better understand the system
It helped me better understand the system I work in, and gave me a plethora of tools I can bring back to my organization to make improvements in the system.