Satir Work

April 22, 2004 § 1 Comment

Virgina Satir

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Virginia Satir, an internationally acclaimed author, teacher and therapist, developed a universal approach to systems that has allowed her concepts and techniques to be among the most useful and dynamic approaches for increasing leader effectiveness.

Do you wish to …?

  • Connect your strengths and development needs with what you learned from your family of origin?
  • Assess system health and esteem, and team dynamics?
  • Handle emotionally intense interactions more effectively?
  • Manage and lead change with actual results?
  • Think systemically to clear your mind?
  • Resolve conflict to move the energy forward?
  • Manage stress  to have a relaxed focus?
  • Increase your authenticity as a leader?
  • Foster two-way trust in relationships?
  • Develop healthy and responsive work cultures?

For example, you can use the …

  • Satir Coping Stances to connect your strengths and development needs with what you learned from your family of origin and increase leader authenticity
  • Satir Change Model to assess system health and esteem, and team dynamics, and to manage and lead change
  • Satir Ingredients of an Interaction to handle emotionally intense interactions, foster trust and resolve conflicts
  • Satir mandala to think systemically and develop healthy and responsive work cultures

And much, much more … This is just the beginning!

Because …

In order to understand the nature of consciousness, I must here and now in this present moment be searching for a better state of consciousness. All definitions, no matter how profound, are secondary.

Satir Hologram

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