Connecting local responses around the world
As facilitators, we often talk about the consequences of applying SALT with a group. But what happens when SALT is the way of working within a group and you are part of that group? How does it feel to be part of such a group? I would like to give some personal reflections on this experience.
What happens when you deliberately support, appreciate, learn and transfer AND when you feel supported, you feel appreciated, you feel that others recognise that you have something that they can…Continue
I would like to recommend a Ted Talk by Hilary Cottam called ‘Social Services are broken. How we can fix them.’
If you don’t have 17 minutes to listen to the whole video, try the first 5 minutes.
If you don’t have 5 minutes, you can read the transcript of the…Continue
In the Constellation, we make a distinction between the expert and the facilitator. When we are an expert, we recognise our own authority to diagnose the problem and to give a solution. When we listen and reflect, we become part of a conversation where we can support and appreciate without judgement.
In the Constellation, we do not diagnose and we do not provide a solution. We believe in the capacity of others to find their own solution to their own problem. (And therefore we must…Continue