Internal Family Systems at Work
Zoom | 20th April
Internal Family Systems (IFS) is one of the fastest-growing therapy and coaching modalities, helping us to understand our inner “family” of sub-personalities and to access the confidence, compassion, and creativity of our highest Self. This session will introduce you to powerful practices to apply IFS to foster a thriving organisational culture. Join us to learn how awareness of your inner and interpersonal parts and polarisations can improve individual and collective effectiveness and wellbeing.
You don’t need previous understanding of IFS, but if you are already familiar with IFS this 2hour introductory session will give you a deeper understanding of how to apply it in the work context. A useful course for leaders and facilitators to guide and support their teams, as well as for anyone to better understand and navigate interpersonal team dynamics.
He is passionate about supporting people and groups to thrive, fulfill their highest potential, and contribute to the well-being of all life.
Specialising in inner development, culture building, and conflict facilitation, he has over 25 years experience facilitating personal and collective transformation worldwide, with clients ranging from non-profits and ecovillages, to corporations, universities, and governments.
Karl has completed IFS Level 1-3 training with the IFS Institute, as well as completing trainings in IFS coaching and IFS couples therapy. He is a certified NVC trainer, and is trained in Process Work, mediation and restorative justice. Founder of the Cultural Catalyst Network
Karl Steyaert MS, MA
What people say about us
"The training was the perfect way to equip our team with tools to overcome challenges of organizing in a decentralised and value-driven way. Rich and Nati guided the journey with commitment and positivity at every step and we supported us with their vast experience and knowledge. The atmosphere of safety and trust they created was inspiring and set the tone for our follow-up plans."
Forum for the Future
“Participating in The Hum's course brought home and demystified questions of what new forms of governance and organising for change can look and feel like. Their way of grounding theory into practice through simple and clear language, applied learning opportunities and sharing examples from the field encouraged me to try new things out in my own organisational context."
"I have come away from the course understanding that deciding to have a flat structure was just the first step for us. There is a lot of work to be done to build the structures and processes that we need to thrive. The Hum has given us the tools and the inspiration to help us on this journey. I feel much more confident about trying new ways of organising."
What you will learn
What is Internal Family Systems and how can it be powerfully applied in a work context
Befriending our reactive parts: Practicing simple, effective ways to become more calm, centred, and open when in a challenging workplace dynamic
Awareness of Self: Learn to embody your highest potential at work and in life, grounded in confidence, compassion, and connection to the whole
Mapping parts dynamics and polarisation in ourselves and organisation: Create a workplace culture that is more open and collaborative by understanding and learning to navigate the interpersonal dynamics that affect how people interact at work.
The Hum training methodology
Our training method combines four elements:
Our knowledge is rooted in our lived experience in our own organisations at the forefront of collaborative work practice.
Our trainings are interactive and participatory.
We create them with different learning styles in mind.
We bring trauma informed practices and healing centred approaches.