In the following you will find a number of models and theories on which our work as Consultants, Facilitators and Coaches is based on. If you are interested in more information about models we developed please contact us directly and we will provide you with further input.
The SEB’s-Model describes the basic states out of which an individual, groups or organizations can operate. It is designed to support the comprehension of the various inner states we operate from and build personal, group and organizational awareness about them. Its down-to-earth language makes it easy to exchange and share insights over these states in a light and playful way with others. Read more:
The Model consists of three different Layers of Consciousness. Each represent a different approach how a situation, an interaction can be addressed. The first layer is “The Classical Logic-Layer” we also speak about Facts and Figure or Nature Science layer. The second layer is “The Psycho-Logic-Layer” or we call it Human science layer. The third layer in the model is “The Beyond-Logic-Layer” we also refer to it as the Being, Self, Truth, Deep Intuition layer. Depending on the approach chosen to look at a situation emphasis is put differently. By changing the level of consciousness we get new insights and come to different solutions. Read more:
Change Diamond Approach™
The Change Diamonds-Approach permits breaking down a Business Change Intent [= a Business Adjustment with a considerable impact on parts or the entire organization.] into the relevant Areas where Change Management needs to be applied. For these areas actions and measures are then combined to a Change Management Process or Architecture that allows implementing the Business Change Intent.
NARAAPA is the abbreviation of the 4 evolving stages Non Active, Re Active, Active and Pro Active. The Model is designed to analyze and identify which stage of development an individual, a group, an area of corporate development (e.g. Leadership, Change Management, Innovation, Sustainability, etc.) or an entire organization is in. It allows realizing the present As Is state, evaluating its appropriateness for the circumstances, defining the desired As Should state and to finally identifying adequate actions and measures to close the gap between As Is and As Should state.
In this section you find a number of methods briefly described which we frequently apply in our interventions. Read more:
In this section you find a number of Theories briefly described based on which we frequently design our interventions. Read more:
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