Systems Lead. They lead the whole and they lead the individual. This applies to leaders too.
This makes leadership about leading and following, about knowing and acknowledging, about going with the flow ánd about swimming against the current. Because sometimes you need to swim against the current of life to find a meaningful source there, before allowing yourself to flow with the force of the organisational system. This book will tell you what a system demands of leadership. How organisations can flourish and flow from a systemic perspective.
Authors Jan Jacob Stam (1954) and Barbara Hoogenboom (1972) are seen as authorities in this area worldwide. Much of what we know today about organisations on a systemic level, was discovered and given form and language by the Bert Hellinger Institute the Netherlands. Stam and Hoogenboom are founder and owners of this leading institute.Order this book
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People are constantly evolving. With each other, without each other. In families, in teams, in organizations. Systemic thinking makes us aware of the “why” of our being and doing. Organizational and family constellations create room for movement. The BHI provides courses, workshops and training programs in the field of systemic work, constellations, leadership and coaching. This is how we contribute to the development of people, organizations and society.