Commissioned
workshops

Organisations that have used business constellations to explore leadership, team and OD issues include: Mars, BMW, Roche, Daimler Chrysler, Three, Omega, KPMG, EIB, The BBC, Imperial College and Wolff Ollins.

“Thank you for being so respectful of my relationship with my clients, and for making it safe for them.”

Executive Coach

Unbelievably powerful. My leadership will be much richer for the insights.”

Chief People Officer

“Seeing how a group of strangers could work so productively together to open new perspectives on complex leadership questions was very worthwhile.”

Founder

Businesses that have used this methodology to explore leadership, team and organisational issues include: Daiichi-Sankyo, ST Microelectronics, Barclays, Roche and The European Investment Bank.

“As a coach who brought clients, it was enlightening to see their situation through a completely new lens.”

Leadership coach

The workshop experience

As constellations are unfamiliar to some leaders John takes care to set a context and build a shared understanding of the approach, the underpinning philosophy and the methodology. In this way leaders and senior managers can learn, in a safe and facilitated context, about organisational health and see constellations in action, taking part as they wish, when they feel ready. There are always fresh insights and new information to take away as well as the opportunity to experience the many benefits of this remarkable methodology.

The workshops which can be of any size from 8 to 80, and be as short as a day or as long as three days, include opportunities to learn through:

  • An introduction to systems, system dynamics and systemic leadership
  • An exercise in which everyone can explore their own relationship with a particular difficulty or challenge (personal, professional or organisational) using short-form, confidential ‘blind’ constellations
  • Facilitated group constellations in which leaders can bring a professional, leadership or organisational issue for exploration, clarification and a fresh forward direction from the inertia, conflict or dilemma
  • Questions and answers about systems, inertia, leading change, organisational health, leadership, career transitions etc
  • The embodied experience of being a representative in others’ constellations
  • Group discussions, small group work with constellations
  • Closing comments that support deeper insights into organisational dynamics, systemic leadership and organisational health

Please review the home page for a description of the workshops, a note about confidentiality
and a welcome from facilitator John Whittington.

“This felt risky to commission but when the workshop began, absolutely the right thing to do. Thank you.”

HRD, Engineering industry.

Directors, leaders and teams

Leaders and founders looking to release inertia, prepare for leading a change or resolve dynamics that limit movement into the future find these workshops a refreshing release from confusion and dilemma. You will be able to see the dynamics that lie just out of conscious awareness and identify fresh ways to restore the flow of organisational health and meaningful paths to lasting resolution of complex challenges.

Please review the home page for a description of the workshop structure, a note about confidentiality
and a welcome from facilitator John Whittington.

Coaches, consultants and schools

Coaches, L&OD leaders and business schools are welcome to commission a workshop for their clients; in fact this is how the majority of workshops begin.  The workshops illuminate and clarify hidden dynamics that resource and limit leaders, teams and whole organisations and will leave you and your clients with fresh insights, perspectives and information that they can take back into their their leadership, management of change and careers. 

Please review the home page for a description of the workshop structure, a note about confidentiality
and a welcome from facilitator John Whittington.

My leadership will be much richer for the insights.”

Chief People Officer

“I brought a senior client and the workshop illuminated a new dimension of our work together.”

Ruth Rochelle, coach

“Seeing how a group of strangers could work so productively together to open new perspectives on complex leadership questions was very worthwhile.”

Founder

“Thank you for being so respectful of my relationship with my clients, and for making it safe for them.”

Executive Coach

Enquiry form – leaders

Please provide your contact details and area of interest here:

Your Name

Your Email

Confirm your email

I am interested in discussing the possibility of commissioning a constellation workshop.

In the box below please provide initial information and any initial date or location preferences. John will then contact you to discuss co-creating an approach that meets your needs:

To discuss specific questions about the workshops or any aspect of the process please contact us.

Enquiry form – coaches

Please provide your contact details and area of interest here:

Your Name

Your Email

Confirm your email

I am interested in the possibility of commissioning a constellation workshop with and for my client.

In the box below please provide initial information and any initial date or location preferences. John will then contact you to discuss co-creating an approach that meets your needs:

If you are a coach who has trained with Coaching Constellations and are interested in registering as a representative please see the Representatives page.

“Business Constellations offers a new way to uncover and address issues from a different part of the self – and to do it in a safe, supportive and collaborative setting. I don’t know how it works but it works!”

Doug Kessler, founder content marketing agency

When you are ready to find out more about commissioning a workshop please contact us to arrange a conversation with John Whittington.

For training, information and supervision for executive coaches and organisational consultants please see

CoachingConstellations.com

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