A) Philosophy of the Systemic Integrative Constellation Approach (SICA)
The systemic point of view gives a wider perspective of the root causes of challenging dynamics and behavior. An integrative process is a solution-oriented one, wherein the dignity and diversity of all involved individuals are the ethical foundation of the process. A person’s essential needs of belonging, having their own place within the system, and having an awareness of healthy bonds are at the center of the approach.
B) Systemic Integrative Circle Constellation Approach (SICCA)
The circle is a universal symbol and represents the meaning of wholeness, movement, perfection, eternity, the Self, and the infinite. Meeting in a circle format means using a communication technique rooted in the philosophy of unity and inclusion. It means understanding differences as complementary. The purpose of a circle is to open space for safe communication, and to enable all involved individuals to utilize their collective intelligence for mutual benefits and growth.
The SICCA circle work can be used for teams to address a variety of issues such as decision making, leadership, conflict resolution, inclusivity, and productivity and performance. It focuses on fostering the essential needs of belonging, place and awareness.
C) RING Principle ®
Applying the RING Principle gives insight into one’s unconscious connections. These connections can cause behaviors of destructive nature, both for the person them self as well as within their community. The Principle helps with identifying the root causes and respective solutions. It raises awareness of both personal and systemic adopted emotions, physical relaxation and power of the mind. It can be practiced independently, or at any form of self-healing or self-reflection session. The RING Principle can be applied individually or in group setting. Its application fosters an atmosphere of mutual respect and trust amongst all individuals involved.
The philosophy of the RING Principle ensures that each individual has the ability to explore and understand their own life story. It centers the individual Self of a person, and simultaneously empowers interpersonal (interacting with others) and transgenerational (across generations) changes. Challenging situations and systemic solutions come into awareness and thereby relieve the individual of the pressure of the situation.
The awareness gained through the RING Principle is a skill for life and contributes to the common good and wellbeing of all.
“What do I actually say when I speak?”
Words can change the world and understanding is the key to success. At our communication training, interpersonal relational skills are explored, and a process of integration and enhancement is initiated.
“What can be done when nothing else works?”
Our systemic philosophy means we explore unconscious barriers to communication and triggers of conflict. Awareness of unconscious barriers and triggers is the key to the solution. The understanding of systemic emotional dynamics starts a process of skill development, which respectively changes workplace dynamics to healthier more productive ones.
E) Team Dynamics
Team dynamics are an integral part of day to day work and can greatly strengthen our performance, or if unhealthy, impede our productivity. Team work can be dream work where individuals realize their potential and fulfill their aspirations. Mindful interactions with each other create an environment of flourishing potentials. Being a part of a dream team satisfies and leads to success of the whole system. The Systemic Integrative Constellation Approach (SICA) enriches the possibilities for solutions and growth.
F) Inclusive Leadership
Leadership involves having a strong vision and communicating it. Leadership figures have the knowledge and competency to foster the personal growth of their teams. Inclusive leadership means to respect diversity of individuals on all visible and invisible levels. The leader’s role is to ensure all members of an organization are equally included in the organizational system. An inclusive leader ensures that all individual needs are met, so members can fully contribute to the success of the organization. A key aspect of inclusive leadership is empowering individuals in their own development and professional growth. This requires creating an atmosphere of trust, cooperation and mutual respect. A systemic view on inclusive leadership means ensuring that leaders and their teams work in a healthy mutually beneficial setting, which fulfils organizational and personal goals.