Exploring Organisational Trauma with Anne Roques and Dr Ty Francis
This exclusive three hour CSA interactive event will be allow a wide exploration of this issue with plenty of opportunity for experiences and sharing.
While much is known about individual trauma and collective trauma, the question of whether an organisation can be traumatised remains largely unexplored. Yet unaddressed organisational trauma compromises work with both colleagues and clients, negatively impacts service delivery, and weakens an organisation’s ability to respond to internal and external challenges. In addition, the effects of organisational trauma on leadership and team development are incalculable.
In this seminar, we explore the case for organisational trauma and discuss how to diagnose and deal with it effectively. We shall share our analysis of current theory as well as our own practice as coaches and consultants; provide inputs and case studies; facilitate discussions and offer a framework as well as principles for intervening that have emerged directly from our own practice.
Participants will learn how to:
- Recognise different types of organisational trauma
- Identify sources of organisational trauma and understand which organisations might be more susceptible and which might be more resilient to potential trauma
- Diagnose organisational trauma
- Explore a practice framework and principles for dealing with organisational trauma
Places are limited on this event so early registration is recommended. This event is a follow up session to the shorter CSA webinars focussed on Recognising Individual Trauma being held on the 20th March and 24th March
Facilitated by CSA Accredited Supervisor: Anne Roques and Dr Ty Francis
Anne is a seasoned leadership coach, guiding transformation, especially in chaotic situations. She works mostly with blue-chip companies and their leaders and is an accredited supervisor with CSA since 2009. She is quickly able to get to the core of her clients’ issues and illuminate situations by bringing together her track record as both a corporate executive and independent coach. Her corporate career was as a Finance Director and then a Supply Chain Executive with chemical companies, which gave her a broad track-record of organisational challenges, from strategy design to execution. She is Franco-British, is fluent in French and English and she lives as a global citizen.
Dr ty Francis is the founder and Director of meus – a company specialising in cultural transformation, working in the space between leadership/team development, change management and corporate communications. He completed his Doctoral research on the psychology of breakthrough and transformation, and has a commercial background as a Brand Strategist in the pharmaceutical and IT industries before establishing his own Organisational Development consultancy. Ty is a systemic practitioner who pioneered the practice of Organisational Constellations in the UK more than 20 years ago. Currently, he uses his skills as a film-maker and storyteller to elicit the essence of our human experience.
Joining: This is a 3-hour seminar with plenty of space for breaks from screen and interactive discussion set in the programme - please keep the date/time. The Zoom link will be sent the day before the event.