Unleashing group wisdom
We work with systemic constellations practice in group settings and demonstrate a practical use of our collective, tacit wisdom. We do so while utilizing ourselves as actors.
The Systemic Constellations Center works with organizational constellations, which is not yet widely adopted in Denmark. We work with numerous partners and we are building a network of people who can apply the systemic constellations method in their work with teams and organizations.
Since 2016 we have educated people who are now able to apply the systemic constellations method in organisations. We started a second group in August 2017 and are open for registrations for the education in organizational constellations that starts in August 2018. It spans 18 days spread over 6 modules and include two additional days of group practice.
We work with international capacities from the Hellinger Institute in the Netherlands and with Cecilio Regojo from TalentManager. The education is also in Danish, but a full-fledged English version is not distant. Please get in touch if you have such interest.
Systemic Constellations in Organisations
Although systemic management work seems new and innovative to most, its use has been widely proven in large enterprises as well as smaller businesses all over the world since the mid 90’ies. German psychiatrist Gunthard Weber transcribed a series of lecturers by Bert Hellinger who invented Family Constellations which is the source of the method. Weber’s work resulted in the book: Zweierlei Glück (Capricious Good Fortune; aka Second Chance), 1993. He started introducing and applying the method into the corporate world.
Jan Jacob Stam founded The Hellinger Institute, and the two are considered the leading authorities in the field of Organisational Constellations.
Feel free to contact us if you are interested in attending or partnering with the Systemic Constellations Center.
CoBRAS is a network group of systemic constellation practitioners from Copenhagen, Brussels, Bratislava, Barcelona, Amsterdam and Stockholm. The group’s purpose is to contribute to a more conscious society and economy through the application of the innovative holistic approach of organisational systemic dynamics. CoBRAS consist of:
Anette Raaby, Copenhagen
Annette Thiesen, Copenhagen
Olivier Onghena t’Hooft, Brussels
Noemi Viedma, Barcelona
Martin Nemcik, Bratislava
Jeroen Hermkens, Amsterdam
Mattijs van Rijswijck, Amsterdam
Annemieke Blok, Amsterdam
Anna Thurdin Hedblad, Stockholm
CoBRAS frequently host open workshops in various European cities. The COBRAS are meeting in Ry/ Silkeborg (Denmark), January 24-25, 2018 and in Bratislava (Slovakia), June 18-19, 2018. The group formed while studying constellations at the Hellinger Institute in Holland. Visit the group’s website for more information. www.cobras.world
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International Guest trainers
Founder Anette Raaby is the primary instructor and your guide throughout the Systemic Constellations education. She is supplemented with select national and international guest teachers and business cases. The educations taking place in both 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 include modules lead by Cecilio Regojo from TalentManager and Anton de Kroon from the Hellinger Institute among others.
In June and September 2018 Kongruens is presenting Bibi Schreuder of the Hellinger Institute who will be offering advanced family constellations training for organisation constellators. The training is in English and held at Himmelbjerggården in Central Denmark.
Anette Raaby is Your Guide
Anette Raaby earned her Master in ‘System Dynamics in Organizations’ at the Hellinger Institute in Holland in 2017. She has more than 20 years of experience in working with organisational development and change in private corporations and public organisations.
“I still feel that excitement which I used to feel when I was a little boy playing on the beach – discovering beautiful shells from the giant ocean of knowledge.”
Jan Jacob Stam, Founder of the Hellinger Institute