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We realise breakthroughs in the field of strategy, leadership and team development.

We believe that strategy, leadership and teams are the essential success factors for transformation. All three must be in order; you cannot miss one.

Strategy

We guide organisations to new strategic insights and commitment to a clear strategy and structure.

Leadership

We develop leadership that creates connections: in the team, in the organisation, with the purpose and between generations.

Team development

We facilitate solving blockages and developing strengths to bring teams to their maximum performance level.

The TransformationDialogue

We achieve breakthroughs by facilitating structured and open dialogues. The underlying method is The TransformationDialogue: an approach developed by ourselves. It’s inspired by the work of international thought leaders such as Otto Scharmer, Adam Kahane, Joseph Jaworski and Patrick Lencioni, and made concrete and practical based on boardroom practice.

We have seen that The TransformationDialogue achieves successful breakthroughs at individual, team, organisational and even multi-stakeholder level.

The method consists of 7 steps.

1. Identify the Tough Problem or Burning Ambition

Realising breakthroughs starts with a central question on which we jointly agree, on which we can and want to exert influence. Only then the real dialogue will start.

2. Create Trust in the Process

In addition to a basis of trust in each other, we create trust in the process. Transparency about intentions and uncertainties is of great importance in order to subsequently leave control of the process to the facilitator and be able to focus primarily on the content.

3. Explore the Different Perspectives

The essence of the dialogue is that all relevant internal and external perspectives on the question are examined, shared and analysed by the participants. This step broadens, challenges or confirms any biased view of the participants.

4. Cross the Tipping Point

New perspectives evoke different reactions. When that happens, ‘The Tipping Point’ is approaching. The dialogue helps us to understand all perspectives, weigh them and address inevitable resistance in order to ultimately take a new path.

5. Establish New Insights

Beyond ‘The Tipping Point’ it is clear what new insights have been gained. It is then important to establish these insights, share them and understand and embrace their consequences.

6. Make a Real Commitment

The new insights only become valuable if an actual commitment is expressed to act. This creates a shared “yes” to experiment, develop, make plans and change course where necessary.

7. Take Action

Commitment is not yet action. The commitment will have to be translated into concrete plans that are set in motion and for which resources are made available.

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De Transformatiegroep

Gebouw IJdock, IJdok 31
1013 MM Amsterdam

Telefoon
+ 31(0)20 530 53 40

Email
info@detransformatiegroep.nl