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Jan Jacob Stam

“From the moment I encountered family constellations in 1996, the idea grew that this method could also be useful for organizational issues. For the past 20 years, I have immersed myself full-time in the world of constellations and systemic work. I still feel like a little boy constantly finding beautiful shells of insight on the shore of the endless ocean of knowledge. I am so captivated by it that I have written several books about it.”

Teams, a love story - EN -

This book wants to be a viewpoint-enhancer. Sort of what happens when you are somewhere in a beautiful or difficult situation, and you pull the curtains open a little further. Suddenly, out of the corner of your eye, you might see something special or a possibility you hadn’t seen before. Something you can do something with. For you, for your team.

Do not expect a (systemic) textbook, but much more an idea and insight book. A book about teams as quirky living beings. Who sometimes make a completely different movement than the team members want. In this book, ‘Team’ itself also talks about what you encounter in teams in terms of patterns and dynamics and what interventions you can do without being systemically trained.

The Ruthless Beauty of Society

Harvest of ten years of constellations on societal issues. This is not an ordinary book. It is a document that shows what our struggles as a society have been about now and over the past 10 years. And, we can assure you, still relevant in the future. Unusually beautifully designed by Mirjam Strijbosch.

Systemic Leadership Questions

Jan Jacob Stam, Bibi Schreuder, and Barbara Hoogenboom have compiled their best questions in this fan. Organized by theme that you may encounter. 224 Questions divided into 46 themes. Take, for example, the theme of ‘high absenteeism’ and you will receive three systemic, mostly second-order questions that lead further and change your perspective.

Systemic Leadership

About leadership from a systemic perspective. Jan Jacob Stam and Barbara Hoogenboom challenge you to explore your existing knowledge of leadership and organizations anew. To deepen it. And to connect it with systemic perspectives. A complete and empathetic handbook with many practical examples.

Translated into 5 languages.

Systemic Coaching

Systemic coaching is a book full of impulses. Impulses for movement. Impulses for anyone who finds themselves in a coaching-like setting. Also for coaches, since this is the most comprehensive handbook for systemic coaches. It clearly describes the possible steps in a coaching process. Additionally, this book delves into discovering patterns and making them manageable.

Translated into 5 languages.

Wings for Change

A must-read for anyone professionally involved in organizational change and development. This book is more about systemic work and the philosophy behind it than just about constellations.

Translated into 5 languages.

The Connecting Field

This book is an excellent way to get acquainted with the systemic-phenomenological approach, with a focus on work and organizational cases. It reads like a collection of articles. For anyone who wants to read about how it works in practice.

Translated into more than 10 languages

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