Over the last 10 years Karen has steeped herself in learning about and applying the systemic principles in both her personal life and professional practice. She can attest to the insight and the deep and lasting benefits she has gained through the fundamental humanity and wisdom the work contains. She brings her extensive insight, authentic presence and openness to new experience to leaders and those who support them as they face challenges over and above the “business” challenges of their role.
About Karen Tweedie
She understands that in times of change (whether professional or personal) it is important that leaders have the insight to know how best to proceed in a way that supports collaboration and inclusion. She sees her role as supporting them in (re)setting existing relationships and team culture whilst ensuring continued levels of service delivery. She knows how much leaders benefit when they fully understand and can take a read on their environment, when their purpose is clear and when they appreciate their levels of influence (and its limits). When they are equipped in this way they clearly articulate a compelling roadmap to those they lead.
About Systemic Group Supervision for Organisational Practitioners Co-Facilitated with Dean Mason
Karen and Dean have run workshops examining Systemic Principles and their application to organizational leadership over the last six years. This experiential workshop engages participants in Systemic Group Supervision and enables the exploration of the various dimensions of professional practice. Participants are able to take a wider view of the issues and challenges their clients bring and discern the personal, team, organisational or wider system dynamics at play and grow their capacity for working from a systemic orientation.
Systemic supervision is an invitation to learn and gain support in three key ways: to hone individual approaches of responding to client issues, to access and contribute to the wisdom of like-minded professionals, and to experience new ways of observing and understanding dynamics usually hidden from view.
Working in a confidential and supportive setting allows participants to stop, zoom out, and reflect on how we do what we do in service of our clients. Each session enables several participants to share a current client challenge or opportunity and, with the support of respected colleagues, to ‘let the light in’ to ensure we stay aligned with the difference we’re wanting to make in the world.
Who Should Attend
Designed for leaders, coaches, facilitators and mentors willing and an open to learn about system dynamics in action in a collaborative space. The sessions provide participants with an opportunity for a deeper reflection on client and self through the systemic lens.
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