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Systemic Modelling - Bootcamp with Caitlin Walker

This course will give you a complete framework and an abundant toolbox for encouraging teams to move from contempt towards curiosity and collaboration. And we use the process to teach the process so you will be experiencing multi-level and collaborative learning at its best.


What is this course? 

The Systemic Modelling Bootcamp is a two-day experience that covers different aspects of Systemic Modelling: a complete framework and a large toolbox for encouraging teams to move from contempt towards curiosity and collaboration. And we use the process to teach the process so that you will be experiencing multi-level and collaborative learning at its best.

To become confident and competent in Systemic Modelling requires regular in-depth and intensive training and boot camps like these are an essential part of this practice. You will learn how to use clean questions and metaphor models to support a group to understand one another better and develop the skills and capability they need to collaborate meaningfully.

There’ll be skill-building exercises to stretch your attention and develop your confidence and in-the-moment coaching to ensure you’re competent. You’ll be delivering group processes live to fellow participants, and you’ll be offering and receiving feedback from trainers and peers. This Bootcamp is fun, full-on and focused.

The models and skills that make up Systemic Modelling include clean questions; developing personal metaphors; group modelling; becoming #DramaFree; pattern detection; tracking patterns in the group dynamic; developing your modelling state. There’ll also be plenty of opportunities to discuss applications and how you’ll put your learning into action.

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What will you learn within Systemic Modelling? 

The exact make-up and focus of each Systemic Modelling boot camp adapts to the needs and experience of the specific attendees. Each boot camp will improve and enhance your skills and understanding and you will need to attend a range of training to achieve full competence of the tool kit. Each boot camp will be made up of a mixture of the following:

  • Learn how to ask David Grove’s clean questions to develop your ideas and those of others.

  • Unpack models for processes such as decision-making, time-management and learning at your best’ – discover the unconscious patterns you currently have.

  • Identify when you are/are not in a good state for learning & creativity.

  • Detect the judgments you make about others, separate these from actual behaviours and use this information to master the art of Clean Feedback.

  • Become more aware of what needs to happen for you to stay in a good learning state - and what compromises you may have to make to ensure others can stay in theirs.

  • Design developmental tasks - tiny actions that can make a big difference as you step outside your comfort zone

  • Find out what happens as people’s patterns emerge and when their values are compromised – this is when the tools come into their own.

  • Learn what triggers you to go into drama, what drama position(s) you tend to take - and how you can use this information to recognise what’s important to you.

  • Learn how to use the Clean Change Cycle (outcome, action, feedback) to coach someone off the Drama Triangle.

  • Whether you work with individuals or teams, gain multiple ideas for facilitating others.

  • Learn how systemic Modelling is used in business, education, health, community and agile coaching.

What's the value of the Systemic Modelling tool kit?

  • Learn the Systemic Modelling framework, models and tools and how to run them effectively

  • The ability to pay attention to language and behaviours at an individual and group level and to be able to utilise what happens in a group to help them to achieve their desired outcomes

  • More information about your patterns of thinking, behaviour, attitude and identity and how these relate to other people’s patterns

  • An understanding of the role that language, especially metaphor, plays in-group thinking, and how you can utilise that to create profound, sustainable change

  • The ability to detect when drama is happening within a group and the skills you need to unpack the drama and move beyond it

  • The opportunity to be part of a supportive peer group where everyone is working together to master the art of Systemic Modelling

  • Continuous professional development as you get feedback on your work and use that to develop unique tasks that help you grow into your role as a group facilitator

  • A Learning Log that will take you, step by step, through the learning process – with space for you to record examples and note achievements – as you work towards your Systemic Modelling Foundation and Professional certificates.

Who is this course suitable for?

  • A change manager, HR professional, trainer or teacher

  • An independent coach, consultant or facilitator who works, or wants to work, with groups

  • An agile coach or project manager

  • A Clean Facilitator who currently works with individuals and wants to extend your clean skills so you can work effectively with groups

  • A leader or senior member of any kind of group, team or organisation

  • Anyone interested in how change can happen in groups

  • Fascinated by what makes groups tick, interested in detecting patterns in yourself and others and open to learning from feedback

  • Someone who believes that change starts with yourself

  • Looking for group facilitation or teaching methods that will:

  • Reduce conflict or bullying and create a culture of collaboration

  • Create a learning culture that honours and utilises diversity

  • Support a culture of self-management and empowered working within a team

  • Develop shared metaphors for visions, values, projects – anything that matters to the group

  • Get away from drama situations and hidden agendas and encourage outcomes, actions and feedback

  • Help people move from contempt to curiosity to collaboration

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