With great expertise and depth, they give their reader new ideas, new questions and new methods to do interventions at systemic layers. Amongst other things, this book consists of a list of more than 40 commonly found symptoms in systems: what for instance is the cause and effect of abortion, a glass ceiling or fraud in a system? And what are suitable interventions? Authors Jan Jacob Stam 1954 en Bibi Schreuder 1953 know better than anyone how systemic coaching works.
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Light, in contact with reality and many moments of recognition for the reader. The systemic-phenomenological approach gives us surprising and often unexpected insights on work, professions and organisations. In this book, personal experiences and a theoretical framework in working with the systemic approach on work and organisational questions, five years of insights, real life examples, all come together.
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