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Judy Wilkins-Smith has come and gone from our region. She brought a vast skill set to the workshops held in Guelph and Kitchener. It was a fascinating and insightful beginning. This work has sparked many conversations and new collaborations. We were able to connect some key area leaders. We experienced why this has such value for business, from sole proprietors or Fortune 50 companies. Also it was evident how non-proﬁts, churches, teams and other organizations could use this approach to access implicit knowledge.
The workshops covered: Belonging, order and give/take in are themes to logically analyze group dynamics. How to effectively set up a board room so everyone has their place.! That even in a circle setting there is a rank that is ordered from left to right. ! How traumatic events in an organization can continue to create havoc with individuals who are within the organization or have left. The system will not settle until there is a full acknowledgement of what happened and what is. • The placement of products, services and/or departments in the system can be “out of order” and put into effective balance so operations can run smoother. • The change of any system can only be affected if clients direct efforts at role level on down, not up to senior levels. • Real life examples of how we bring our families to work. • • • • In the Guelph Summit at Innovations Guelph one of Judy"s demonstrations focused on an immigrant leaving an old country who ﬁrst needed to honor and acknowledge attachment to their birth country. Bringing the gifts from the old country helps an immigrant ﬂourish in the new country and allows taking what is good from both. This applies also to all life transitions. Honor where we come from, acknowledge what is and move forward. In a demonstration at the KW Summit at the KWAG, we explored the mixed messages between money and community. Money gets stuck when there is no clear path to ﬂow. Money needs to be appreciated for what it has to offer. There was an imbalance of give and take. This evening a door was opened, who knows what will happen in future.
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Rosalba Stocco:! I was thrilled at the range of backgrounds that participants had, from business development professionals, entrepreneurs, teachers, artists, grassroots organizations and therapists. When people have access to this work they can understand that they are a system caught in a system. What happened had a life of it"s own. They make have contributed to the dynamics but they did not create the dynamics. !Once they see the dynamic they can shift things!for themselves and the future of the organization. This is a method to bypass judgements, opinions and/or errant conclusions.
Deborah Carson: I now have an appreciation for what I have received from my ancestors and now have a choice to release myself from their traumas and burdens. As a result of the workshop, I am going forth with an intention and ability to do things differently. My ancestors came to Canada spurred by an environmental disaster and family crisis seeking an ability to thrive. I ﬁnd myself in work focused towards environment and cultural/family challenges on a local!& global scale, envisioning a better way forward. I re-discovered that I have deep roots to support this work and look forward to facilitating Systemic Dynamics Workshops myself. I learned how to turn crisis into joyous opportunity.
Carolyn Dawn Good:! The hidden dynamics interrupting the cash ﬂow in my arts business revealed a conﬂict between my loyalty to Old Order Mennonite ancestors and my loyalty parents who rejected the Old Order.!I come from a line of female artists. I am the ﬁrst one who has made it into a career. I am more aware of my hidden loyalties to the old ways and I am now establishing unique patterns for my life with my family"s blessings. !I also learned that the “new kid in town” needs to respect the systems already in place and honor them.
Would you like to learn Systemic Dynamics? FIRST TRAINING MODULE IS COMING UP SOON! www.bit.ly/circled2
A PROFESSIONAL INTERNATIONAL TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
• • • • • • • • • • Receive International Certiﬁcation from the Bert Hellinger Institute of Holland/ Institute for Integrative System Dynamics and obtain CCE’s from the ICF and the Society for HR Management (SHRM). Enhance your professional services and add a new skill set to your toolbox . Understand and tap into your own unique voice or dynamics to help the leaders/organizations Develop systemic core competencies and increase your capacity to work systemically with clients from initial interview to debrief. Learn to apply the systemic dynamic process in 1-on-1, team and organizational settings. Learn to use systemic awareness and perception; the difference between perception and interpretation Learn to create and read living maps of the whole system . Learn how to diagnose, explore and shift underlying dynamics that cause conﬂict and limitations. Design optimal pathways to reaching goals and organizational ﬂow. Learn how family systems and workplace systems interact with each other.
May 28-31, 2014 Module 1: !SYSTEMIC DYNAMICS IN ORGANIZATIONS AND THE WORKPLACE October 2014 March 2015 TBA Module 2:! SYSTEMIC DYNAMICS IN COACHING AND LEADERSHIP Module 3: HIDDEN DYNAMICS BETWEEN SUCCESS AND FAILURE IN THE WORKPLACE Module 4: PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER. THE ART OF FACILITATION
o Please make cheque payable to Rosalba Stocco for $100.00 (Canadian) to reserve your place today. (non-refundable) with o $600.00 US payable to Judy Wilkins Smith due by April 15, 2014\ OR o $750.00 US payable to Judy Wilkins Smith due by May 5, 2014.. OR o $775.00 US payable to Judy Wilkins Smith due after May 6, 2014 E-Transfers or Cheques acceptable: Send cheque to Rosabla Stocco
34 Neeve Street, Guelph, Ontario. N1H 4C1
Recommended Movie: ! Saving Mr. Banks http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5kYmrjongg This is a good example of how families and organizations impact one another. Recommended Readings:! !1)!The Healing Power of the Past; !Bertold Ulsamer.! ! 2)!Systemic Coaching and Constellations: !An Introduction to the principles, ! ! ! !practices and application;! John Whittington 3) Fields of Connection: The Practice of Organizational Constellations; !Jan Jacob Stam !(only available through Hellinger Netherlands or Jan Jacob Stam) THANKS TO : Innovations Guelph, KWAG and MT Space for providing us with amazing support Little Mushroom Catering/Ellisons Bistro for being on standby This website has links to articles and youtube videos ! http://guelphfamilyconstellations.com/events/judy-wilkins-smith-training-inorganizational-dynamics/
Systemic Dynamics is the title of the particular type of workshop that Judy Wilkins-Smith is developing. It has roots in the Family Constellations work of Burt Hellinger who helped people heal from the traumas of WWII by studying the way healthy Zulu tribes conducted their relationships and made group decisions. Much of what we put aside as uncivilized is very useful in our contemporary world that has moved from the age of information to the age of connection. It is recommended that you become familiar with Family Constellations before you begin to learn they more advanced Systemic Dynamics. Here are some opportunities in the Region.
Exploring our Future/Transcending
March 29 @ 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm | $50.00 St. David's and St. Patrick's Anglican Church 520 Speedvale Ave. E., Guelph, Ontario Canada
Facilitators’ Learning Circles will meet at 9:30 am. $50 !Curious? email email@example.com to learn more. www.guelphfamilyconstellations.com
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