4 March 2018

System Dynamics and Organisational Constellations with Sarah Cornally | Monday March 12, 2018 | 5.30pm

Have you ever found patterns repeating themselves despite your best efforts, or situations resistant to intervention, or good interventions that then relapse? Often this is because there is something at play at a systemic level, which is active, yet hidden. Working with and understanding systemic effects is an important adjunct to our repertoire as facilitators, especially where there is complexity and ambiguity.

In this interactive session we will explore mini systemic structural constellations for organisational issues. If you’re interested in how systemic work is applied in organisations, this practical session will give you the opportunity to see how mini constellations – that take 15-30 minutes only – can help uncover hidden dynamics and obstacles that are impeding organisational outcomes, as well as insights into how to respond and move forward.

You’ll have the chance to participate in demonstrations during the session, working through real-life scenarios, as a way of understanding and tapping into systemic intelligence to discover new options. The beauty of mini constellations is that the power of harnessing a systemic lens can be experienced even with just a short investment of time. This form of the work can be easily woven into existing approaches.

About Sarah Cornally
Sarah Cornally has been studying system dynamics and organisational constellation work in Europe for the past ten years and has found this a particularly powerful way to access new insights and innovative solutions in the face of complex, resistant and challenging dilemmas.

Sarah’s work focuses on enabling leaders to collectively create successful businesses and organisations where people thrive whilst achieving the organisation’s purpose. She has a special interest in developing greater capacity to respond insightfully and effectively to uncertainty, ambiguity and complexity by exploring adaptive responses.


Praise for Sarah
“I’ve had the privilege of experiencing the powerful impact of Sarah’s work in a number of settings, and each time have been deeply impressed at the insight her approach brings to problems that previously seemed intractable. Her ability to reveal the full spectrum of elements in any system – including what may be agitating the system, and what it takes to calm it – go far beyond the ‘normal’ organisational development approach of considering situations through an interpersonal lens. Sarah’s methodology offers executives an invaluable approach to realising profound organisational outcomes.”
People and Development Director, professional services organisation

Venue: [We will be at UTS]
University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Jones Street, Ultimo corner Thomas Street. Room 5.580 Level 5, Building 10, Take the lift to level 5, cross the atrium footbridge, walk straight ahead to room 580.

From 5:30pm to 7:30pm sharp | No RSVP - Just turn up | Donation $5
Enquiries | Eoin Higgins  eoin.p.higgins@gmail.com ; 0407 411 684

Call for Guest Facilitators:

If you have an idea or know someone who has an idea for a session at a Facilitators Network meeting in please contact Eoin Higgins 0407 411 684 eoin.p.higgins@gmail.com