Systemic visualisations™ as a tool to analyse and resolve organisational problems

Systemic work is based on three easy-to-understand non-religious and non-cultural principles. These principles are:

  • Everybody has a place in the system
  • The hierarchy in the system needs to be respected
  • There needs to be a balance between give and take

Participants in a workshop will learn how identify where these rules are not met and to resolve simple issues themselves. More complex issues can be handled with a facilitator in an one-to-one setting or in a group workshop using systemic constellations. 

Systemic visualisations are to make the dynamics behind problems clear through depiction in three-dimensional space. Questions are sought and answers will correlate to the placement of yourself and other representatives in this space. This creates a living map of what you are unaware of in a relationship or situation. Learning is derived from how the others perceive such relationships.

Once patterns are highlighted, the trainer will look for a setup that has a positive effect on individuals and on the overall system. This is done by asking questions, moving representatives and to rule on what is happening in the relationship. 

Institute for Systemic Work Asia

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Institute for family constellation and organizational constellation work in Asia, Singapore