These are a few examples of situations in which organizational constellations can be beneficial:
- We don’t get enough customers (or not the right ones).
- There is not much flow in our organization or in my business.
- Our customers keep canceling meetings or keep postponing the decision to buy from us.
- Absenteeism is extremely high and the measurements we have taken don’t work.
- There are many mobbing cases.
- The new product is not successful, although tests and panel discussions showed there would be a lot of interest.
- An unusual high number of customers are not paying (or not on time).
- There are continuously (inexplicable) frictions between teams or individuals.
- There are one or more “rebels” within the organization.
- The resistance against the proposed changes is exceptionally high.
- There is an unusual high number of fraud or theft cases.
- Insights about your professional life: what is my position in the company? Is it better to leave? Or to start something myself?
- What is the cause of my burn out? Or: there is an extremely high amount of burn out cases in our organization, what is the cause? And how can this be prevented?
- Which candidate is the best fit for our team?
- Which are interesting new markets?
- Which new products to manufacture?
- What do we need to take into account when merging our company with another one?
- As manager or owner:
- What is the cause of lack of leadership?
- What is the cause of lack of impact?
- How to best lead the team.
- When selling a business:
- As seller: which obstructions are in the way of a good handover?
- As buyer: what to look out for when taking over the business and what to look out for when continuing the company or with a merger?
Organizational constellations look at what lives in the subconscious “mind” of the organization: the undercurrent, that is often overlooked. Or better: most of the time we are not aware of it. Constellations are a very valuable way to gain access to extra information (on top of what we already know) or to solve certain entanglements.
In other words: organizational constellations are a very time and cost efficient way to receive extra information about current problems and about scenarios for the future.
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For an in-house session or a personal coaching session based on organizational constellations: contact us.
For more information and examples about constellations in the personal domain: visit the family constellations page.
For entrepreneurs there is usually a mix of family and organizational constellations, hence the special format of constellations for entrepreneurs.
Caution: these sessions are only for people and organizations that are willing and ready to look at (business) life from another point of view!