Some of the discussions included sharing about systemic coaching, and systemic methods, as well as seeing or mapping the larger context of the work, the stakeholder systems or working across spaces in collectives or community wide initiatives.
Experienced coaches emphasised that “seeing the system” allows leverage points to come to light and enables consequences to be identified and avoided or mitigated.
How will a wide systemic angle help your coaching work?
What tools can you use to help your clients take a wider lens and make connections between the parts of what they see?
What does the ‘discovery of parts and interactions’ bring to the conversations you are having?