Salon: Experimenting with the Theory of Living Human Systems

Experimenting with Living Human Systems Theory

conducted by Peter Kunneman and Hella Ritz

Monday, November 21, 2011 from 19.00 p.m. – 21.30 p.m.

Center Venwoude, Vuurse Steeg 1, Lage-Vuursche


 

On November 21, we will transform the CHE Salon into a laboratory for group dynamics. We become a living human system that experiments with its own development. We discover how to connect and build on each other and how to integrate differences in the group without creating scapegoats. We learn to weaken the hindering forces in our living human system, so that the stimulating forces lead to developmental steps. The interaction method we use is called 'functional subgroups', a method developed by Yvonne Agazarian in the context of her Theory of Living Human Systems (www.systemscentered.com). This evening you will be introduced to new possibilities for guiding group processes.

Hella Ritz

has twenty-five years of experience in companies and organizations as a manager and organizational consultant. Before starting her own organizational development agency, she was associated with Kern Konsult for ten years. Hella's expertise lies in guiding management teams at the intersection of business context and collaboration. Hella is a coach for both individuals and teams.

Peter Kunneman

has twenty-five years of experience as a management consultant and interim manager in the Netherlands and Germany, of which twelve years at Accenture. In his work, Peter focuses on forging strong teams that can handle complex problems by effectively integrating differences between them.

Peter and Hella are both members of the Systems Centered Training and Research Institute and owners of 'Licht op de Zaak', an agency for team and individual coaching. Just under two years ago they also led a CHE salon on the Theory of Living Human Systems.

Donate to this salon no later than Saturday 19 November 2011 on via salons@humanemergence.nl

Eating together

It is possible to have a cozy and inspiring meal together before the salon. We eat a vegetarian meal between 18.00 pm and 18.30 pm. The costs are
€ 12,50 pp (in cash and to be paid to the CHE Salon host there) and it is appreciated if we help clean up. For a good planning of the kitchen and the purchases, we pass on the number of diners on Friday morning. So give your time (no later than Thursday 17 November 2011) on via salons@humanemergence.nl. If you can't come unexpectedly, send a text to Diana de Groot 06 – 43825794.

Contribution

We offer these salons based on the "purpose and principles" of the CHE and in order to make this permanently possible in the future, we ask you for a financial contribution.
€ 5,–.

Upcoming salons

  • November 28, 2011- Jan-Willem van Aalst: CHE Health Constellation
  • December 12, 2011 – Peter Merry, Edwin Holwerda, Marinet Ritz: The Purple – Turquoise Relationship

If you have any questions, you can contact Leidje Witte via Leidje@humanemergence.nl or mobile by phone number + 06 21 24 22 55.

And also possible, become a donor!

Organized by volunteers for volunteers. And the CHE has costs. From the Chamber of Commerce and the website to wanting to compensate for the time that goes into making connections between parties that enter into collaborations that they could not have dreamed of. To continue to make all this possible, we invite you to become a donor of the CHE.

With an automatic transfer of at least € 20 per month you make our work possible. The Center for Human Emergence NL is recognized as a charity, so your donations are tax deductible. You can register as a donor by sending an email to Geeske@humanemergence.nl and/or transfer a one-time donation or monthly amount directly to account number 21.24.79.172 in the name of the Center for Human Emergence Foundation in The Hague. More information can be found here. Incidentally, individual contributions are also very welcome.

Yours faithfully,

Peter Kunneman, Hella Ritz, Diana de Groot and Leidje Witte