“You cannot solve a problem with the ways of thinking that created it”
Strategic intervention focused on problem solving
- An approach to achieving goals
- A methodology based on a fundamental concept: stopping attempts at a solution , presented HERE by Claude de Scorraille
- A resolution-oriented approach in the present
- Direct or indirect interventions
- Brief interventions of 1 to 10 sessions maximum
- A step-by-step, long-term approach
- An approach that leads to lasting change
- Average problem resolution rate: 80%
- Practitioners of the strategic approach and brief therapy: the same intervention model adapted for each context and each situation.
- representatives of the Palo Alto school (trained at the Gregory Bateson Institute, in Liège and Paris, directed by Jean-Jacques Wittezaele and at the Centro de Terapia Strategica, in Arezzo (Italy), directed by Giorgio Nardone).
Key performance indicators
LACT was born from an observation: to be efficient and productive, the organization produces induced effects that are sometimes harmful to the individual.
“it” suffers but “it” produces! The systemic approach brings a depathologizing and empowering vision of relational issues by placing them in their interactional logic:
- it is the relationship that has become rigid, damaged or has become ineffective in relation to the objectives of the professional organization;
- It is this relationship to work that can be made more flexible by the appropriate tools that practitioners of the strategic and systemic approach have developed and refined over the years.
- respecting the rules and values of the organization,
- respecting the vision of the world and the values of the coachee(s),
- in the integration of the strong emotional components involved,
- respecting a short and controlled time adapted to the operational constraints of the organization.
- by intervening on logical ambivalences or redundant and ineffective logical loops (compared to the intended objective) to restore greater freedom of choice and experimentation.
- by focusing on the current and interactional dimensions of the difficulties encountered and their contribution to the problem to be solved or the objective to be achieved.
- by mobilizing the direct beneficiaries of the coaching on specific, measurable and realistic objectives.
A proven methodology: who? do what ? whose ? when how ? in what context ? what is a problem?
A video introduction to the history of systemic
co-produced by the French mental hygiene league and aaa