6 free consecutive weekly 30min zoom-sessions, starting February 23rd 2021

By Wesley Boers and Siets Bakker

Moving Questions series:

Getting things unstuck

Themes of the sessions:

Tap into a

different realm

Getting ‘fixed’

stakeholder dynamics

‘unstuck’

Focusing on

connections vs.

symptoms

Join our free sessions and train your systemic

brain through moving questions

 

Look beyond what’s visible and discover hidden interactions

Zoom out & learn from the ‘whole’

Approach a problem as a source of ”extra” information instead of something to quickly solve

 

Unleash what is stuck instead of just changing things for the sake of change

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Your hosts

These sessions are offered to you by

Wesley Boers

Wesley started his career at Procter & Gamble, where he led transformative innovation projects, both on a global and regional level. Afterwards he joined Ecolab and overlooked the R&D aspects of EU value improvement program and was an active member of the EU leadership team.

Along the way in his 15yrs career, Wesley discovered that it was not the product chemistry that made him tick, but more the chemistry between the people. This stimulated him to become a certified integral and systemic coach and found INN-Gage Pte. Ltd. in Singapore.

Today he helps leaders and organizations optimise their people chemistry to boost innovation & transformation, by combining his corporate innovation skills and integral/ systemic coaching experience.

Visit: www.inn-gage.com

Siets Bakker

Siets Bakker is a forerunner in the field of applied systemic work. Siets is trained to facilitate family and organizational constellations but is much more interested in finding practical ways to apply systemic knowledge to everyday life.

The job you do has a very big impact on how you live your life, how you view the world and what you have access to. All stories and questions about work and organizations are interesting to Siets. 

She is the author of ‘Unlocking systemic wisdom’ and ‘Moving Questions’. Both books help the reader to apply systemic knowledge in everyday life.

Visit www.sietsbakker.com

Quotes from the book ‘Moving Questions’ by Siets Bakker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buy ‘Moving Questions, How to let questions work for you’ here