Essential Conversations

Using Appreciative Inquiry & Dialogue

Why is dialogue important today?

More than ever people feel the need to connect in a more purposeful way. The young generations want to be seen and recognized for their individual talents, sensibilities, and potential.

Dialogue allows participants to:

  • tap into the collective intelligence,
  • invite different perspectives to be heard,
  • allow to slow down to accelerate for even better results,
  • invite humbleness to the table,
  • empower unheard voices.

“What is essential is invisible to the eye.”

~ The Little Prince
Antoine De St Exupery

In alignment with the client’s need I design, facilitate, and host interventions that allow personal and collective growth and unfold the potential present in teams and organizations to create sustainable solutions. These interventions might be about freeing the creative or regenerative potential, enhancing a culture of trust to find sustainable solutions, or how to engage employees or stakeholders more fully. This requires the ability to recognize what is needed. 

Get in touch here to inquire about the different possibilities.

Examples

Social domain
In The Netherlands in collaboration with Frank Wolff, we host dialogues that reinforce the social cohesion of the communities. www.haarlemindialoog.nl

Health
For doctors, therapists, coaches Frank Wolff  and I developed a two-day workshop for UIN that bridges the constellation/systemic work and Cranio Sacral Therapy. An excellent way to open new insights for health professionals to be in dialogue with their patients and invite their client’s self-healing capacity to support their condition and well-being. For details check: https://www.upledger.nl/cursus/cst/systemisch-werken-cranio

Diversity and Inclusion
For Government and Corporates Maija van Langendonck and I developed a set of cards to facilitate meaningful dialogue and cultivate an open mind around culture, ethnicity and race in collaboration with Pluribus

Project based
In collaboration with two leading politicians from CH and NL we created a project called Bridging Circle to look at issues regarding the discrimination of women in all realms of life and how the system domain does not serve the life domain of more than half the global population. View the full report here.

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