NEW: Open Constellation Group Zürich
Constellation and Learning Experience
Job, Family, Company, Organization
An open evening seminar with systemic constellations about personal topics, family, couple relationships, profession, company and organization.
With Tom Wittig
With systemic constellations for family and organization systems we can reveal entanglements and hidden dynamics in a short time. The resulting insights offer new ways and solutions for decisions and taking next steps.
Even difficult and unclear situations can be explored in this way: e.g. renewal, innovation, succession planning, founding startups, crisis, decisions and reorganisation.
This event is open for interested participants: individuals, entrepreneurs, leaders, couples and teams. No specific requirements. This seminar is suitable for new comers and participants of previous seminars and online learning.
- Introduction into the topic of the evening
- Guided meditations
- Systemic constellations and visualizations
- Question and Answer
- Guiding words
ca. 20:00 End of the event
Please be mindful and respectful and observe the seminar times.
In this evening seminar the participants experience the dynamics and structures of family- and organization systems. We will explore systemic aspects through guided meditations, demonstrations, constellations and Q&A. Participants gain insights about an issue and potential solutions from a systemic perspective. All participants gain a collective experience: with an own topic, as representative during a constellation or as observer.
This seminar is guided by Thomas “Tom” Wittig. With his extensive experience and education in systemic constellations and system dynamics, Tom is working with individuals and organizations. Tom is a constellation facilitator, lecturer for systemic constellations in organizations- and families.
Phone: +41 (44) 5867 556
REGISTRATION & PARTICIPATION
Pleaser register for each event beforehand online or contact us. The general Terms & Conditions apply.
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