Peg­gy Ter­letz­ki, Work­shop "The Organi­sation Com­pass – A holistic tool for chan­ge pro­cess faci­li­ta­ti­on" 01 – 03.Nov. 2013, Ber­lin Chan­ge Days
Abs­tract: Exe­cu­ti­ves and con­sul­tants, it dri­ves them equal­ly to ask which divi­si­ons of the organi­sation per­forms excel­lent, and which could be impro­ved. For their lea­dership they wish to have a sui­ta­ble and effi­ci­ent tool at hand that gives them ori­en­ta­ti­on and sustai­ned sup­port for orga­ni­sa­tio­nal chan­ge pro­ces­ses. The Organi­sation Com­pass is an use­ful and effec­tive tool for various situa­ti­ons.
The Organi­sation Com­pass is the main tool of the Genui­ne Con­tact ™ approach. Faci­li­ta­tors of this con­sul­tant approach rep­re­sent a holistic atti­tu­de in the per­for­mance of their pro­fes­si­on. Holistic means that peop­le and orga­ni­sa­ti­ons are addres­sed as a who­le and come to a genui­ne and authen­tic con­tact with them­sel­ves. All levels of con­scious­ness are invol­ved in the chan­ge pro­cess: the ratio­nal, emo­tio­nal, spi­ri­tu­al and phy­si­cal level – the visi­ble and the invi­si­ble, just in heart and mind. The his­to­ri­cal ori­gin lies in the four arche­ty­pes of the sha­man medi­ci­ne wheel, an anci­ent wis­dom that has always sup­port peop­le in important deci­si­ons. It pro­vi­des a mea­ning­ful and com­pre­hen­si­ve ana­ly­sing struc­tu­re for dia­gno­sis, imple­men­ta­ti­on and eva­lua­ti­on. Whe­ther it is to find solu­ti­ons for an exis­ting pro­blem, to media­te a con­ten­tious issue, to mana­ge or eva­lua­te a pro­ject, or to faci­li­ta­te a per­so­nal or orga­ni­sa­tio­nal deve­lop­ment, all important aspects are taken into account with the Organi­sation Com­pass tool.

Do You Know Your Basics? The Art of Asking Power­ful Ques­ti­ons. Peg­gy Ter­letz­ki & Kees Wie­be­ring Work­shop at the Ber­lin Chan­ge Days, 31th Oct. — 2nd Nov. 2014 GLS Lan­guage School Ber­lin, Kas­ta­ni­en­al­lee 82, 10435 Ber­lin, Ger­ma­ny   → Abs­tract at the BCD web­site → Intro to the WS: Video (1:57) → Intro Peg­gy & Kees: Video (22:52) → … The Art of Asking Power­ful Ques­ti­ons wei­ter­le­sen