Staying Ahead of the Competition: A Gestalt Approach to Change
Have you heard of the Gestalt principles and how they are used to help diverse individuals and teams excel? Join us in our next Masterclass as Michael Henderson from Gestalt Africa takes us through how to navigate organizational change and stay ahead of the competition! Learn how to apply the Gestalt principles to gain insight into yourself and others around you. In the process gaining you the tools to navigate relationships between colleagues and other stakeholders to aid your continuous improvement.
Michael has extensive experience as an organization development consultant, executive coach, and trainer working out of Cape Town, South Africa. He has a keen interest in helping leaders establish the conditions for the efficient flow of human energy in organizations. In this Masterclass, he will expound on this theory of human psychology and how it applies to our daily lives. This virtual event is perfect for leaders and aspiring leaders who want to learn more about managing themselves and their teams especially when it comes to organisational change and conflict management.
Michael Henderson is an ICF-certified coach, who has training in Gestalt, Transaction Analysis & Enneagram coaching modalities, half a clinical psychology degree and a Bachelor of Business Science from the University of Cape Town. He takes inspiration from Depth Psychology, Creative Process, Personal Story, Mythology, Modern Consciousness and Taoism. He is a Director at Distillery, a boutique organisation development consultancy, and co-founded Gestalt Africa, a leadership training initiative. He’s halfway through writing his first novel.
His principal interest is helping leaders establish the conditions for the efficient flow of human energy in organisations. This task is at times technical, at times relational; by attending to both strategic and human elements of performance, organisations produce the self-reinforcing outcomes of sustainable improvement and satisfying experiences for the people that work in them.