Constellations at Work
Experiential workshops to connect with your own inner knowings about the work you do in the world
- Tues, March 17th
Time: 7-9:30 pm
Location: Balance Arts, 151 West 30th St., 3rd Floor, NYC
Date: Saturday March 28th
Time: 10 am – 5 pm
Location: The Assemblage, NYC
Who is this for?
All are welcome to come see what constellations are like or to support the circle as a representative. We will be doing individual constellations for people who would like to explore a question related to the topics of:
- Heart-Centered Entrepreneurship: constellations for people with mission-based small businesses, healing arts practitioners, and people who are looking to launch something related to their heart’s calling.
- Creative Projects: constellations for artists, writers, filmmakers, playwrights, designers, creative visionaries to help see where your creative work wants to be going. If there is a creative block we look for the deeper message the block may be trying to communicate.
What are Constellations at Work all about?
Originally derived from systems theory and Family Constellations, Constellations at Work are a very practical tool for looking at questions about the day-to-day work that you do in the world and your creative projects. Constellations are a tool to get energy moving in your creative and professional life. Some of the outcomes we typically look for:
- Get clarity on defining your product, service offering, creative work
- Prioritize next steps and strategic moves
- Prioritize which audiences and markets are most receptive to your work
- Explore the dynamics involved in a creative block and how to release it
- Navigate complex dynamics with coworkers and collaborators
- Increase the flow of abundance and prosperity
- Find more ease in using your voice and stepping in to visibility
- Open more fully to your professional success and flourishing
The approach is based on the field of Organizational Constellations and Systemic Coaching widely practiced in businesses in Europe, now becoming more widely known in the U.S.
How do Constellations work?
Taking a holistic approach guided by systems theory, representatives are placed for significant aspects of the work situation. The positioning of representatives in physical space is the first “constellation.” (It actually has little to do with astronomy…)
The constellations process is designed to support you in having an embodied understanding of the current situation and an empowered sense of possibility for how to move forward. The insights and guidance you receive are based on your own felt sense — you will feel when what shows up in the constellation rings true and is authentic for you.
The constellations facilitator guides the process, sometimes asking for additional information, and bringing in supportive resources. Most often the configuration of representatives in the constellation tells a clear story, and a way for all aspects of the system to find a good place.
Facilitated by Alissa Fleet
Alissa is a Family & Systemic Constellations Facilitator offering Systemic Coaching for personal and professional transformation. She brings a background of learning from the most beloved constellations trainers in the U.S., as well as Buddhist psychology, and indigenous wisdom traditions. For Business Constellations she draws on 20 years working in product design management for branding, innovation, and management consulting firms.
Register to Attend
Constellations at Work
Tues Feb 11
Tues Mar 17
- Time: 7-9:30 pm
- Location: Balance Arts, 151 W 30th St., 3rd Floor, Room 7
- Pay only: $30
Constellations is a phenomenological practice, meaning we are guided by what shows up in the group process. There are some principles that have shown to be consistent for how organizational systems function, regardless of culture or belief systems. These principles provide clues that help us know what to look for:
- It all belongs. Everyone in the system has a right to belong to the system, always.
- All who belong must be given their place. Each member of the system has a place that is uniquely theirs.
- There needs to be a balance of giving and receiving in relationships.