Working with the unconscious in the system, 2&23 September 2022 | SIOPSA

Working with the unconscious in the system, 2&23 September 2022

R800.00

Learning opportunities are provided for participants in Systems Psychodynamic leadership dynamic diagnosis and development skills, differentiation between positive/negative capacity, rational and unconscious/irrational organisational behaviour, awareness of self and using the self as instrument, interpretation of dynamics and formulation of working hypotheses towards influencing a work system below the surface. This includes an ethical awareness whilst working with unconscious behaviour, and The Seven Eye Supervision Model (Peter Hawkins).

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Description

THE SYSTEMS PSYCHODYNAMICS INTEREST GROUP PROUDLY PRESENTS:

Systems Psychodynamic Leadership Coaching Workshop

Working with the unconscious in the system

8 CPDs

PSB002/ASP/003/2022/22a & PSB002/ASP/003/2022/22b 

This 2022 workshop will be presented twice (consisting of 2 parts each)

The SIOPSA Interest Group in Systems Psychodynamics of Organisations (IGSPO) invites you to attend this workshop as an opportunity to learn about and strengthening your coaching competence in working with the unconscious in the client system, using the Systems Psychodynamic approach. This includes earning CPD points. For more information, visit the SIOPSA webpage at www.siopsa.org.za.

Systems Psychodynamics (SP). As a coaching stance, SP studies, explores and addresses conscious / rational and unconscious / irrational organisational behaviour (in the ice-berg metaphor) as it manifests in the client’s intrapersonal, interpersonal, group and organisational experiences. This includes the content, process and dynamic behaviours related to task, role formation, boundary management, leadership, authority and identity forming. It is believed that the manifestation of the observable and rational systemic behaviour above the surface is influenced from below the surface of consciousness by individual and collective anxiety, and the defensive structures used to deal with the complexity and irrationality of organisational systems.

Who should attend

This workshop is designed for Psychologists in all categories in Psychology with some experience in leadership coaching, interested in understanding the role of the unconscious in leadership coaching.

Primary task of the workshop

The primary task is to provide opportunities for participants to study the unconscious manifestation of systemic leadership behaviour, to take up the role as leadership coach to these dynamics, and to process the learning towards its application in their own work environments.

Design of the workshop

Based on the Systems Psychodynamic Leadership Coaching Stance and Group Relations Training methods (also referred to as the Tavistock Approach) the workshop includes limited theory, experiential learning and the review and application of the learning.

What participants can expect to learn

Learning opportunities are provided for participants in Systems Psychodynamic leadership dynamic diagnosis and development skills, differentiation between positive/negative capacity, rational and unconscious/irrational organisational behaviour, awareness of self and using the self as instrument, interpretation of dynamics and formulation of working hypotheses towards influencing a work system below the surface. This includes an ethical awareness whilst working with unconscious behaviour, and The Seven Eye Supervision Model (Peter Hawkins).

Workshop presenter

Dr Frans Cilliers (DPhil, Emeritus Professor)

As academic (mainly at UNISA and also UJ, North-West University, USB Stellenbosch): Supervision of 60 Masters and 40 Doctorate students; publication of 140 academic articles; presentation of 107 academic papers.

As practicing psychologist:  Leadership Development Programme. Deloitte, and annual event for 15 years.  Systems Psychodynamic consulting / OD. Investec, Deloitte, Bowmans.  Systems Psychodynamic group and individual coaching and coaching supervision. ABSA, Deloitte, Investec, smaller organisations, individual psychologists.

Please note: This workshop will be presented twice in 2022. Each workshop contains 2 sessions (3 weeks apart). There is space for maximum 12 participants per workshop.

Make sure you book as soon as possible to secure a place.

Dates Workshop 2. Part 1. 2 September, 09:00-13:00

Workshop 2. Part 2. 23 September, 09:00-13:00

Venue ZOOM
Costs

 

SIOPSA members, SIOPSA Affiliates    R 700

Non-SIOPSA members                          R 800

 

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REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT

Your invoice will be generated from the SIOPSA website. SIOPSA ACCEPTS CANCELLATIONS UP TO 72 HOURS BEFORE THE WORKSHOP AFTERWARDS THE FULL REGISTRATION FEE WILL BE FORFEITED

Event Details

Day 1: Sep 02, 2022

Day 2: Sep 23, 2022

Start time: 09:00

End time: 13:00

Venue: Zoom

Email: info@SIOPSA.ORG.ZA