The change curve describes phases of the emotional experience of humans in change processes. Implications for action can be derived from each phase. The change curve serves as a tool to define the current state in the change process as well as to plan next steps and preventive measures.
The force field analysis is a useful tool to identify both, factors which bind forces and inhibit or block changes as well as those which release forces and thus promote change throughout change processes.
The (systematic) lineup intends to clarify structures and relationships in a system. It triggers perception and reflection processes that can change dynamics within a group and can be helpful for conflict situations and for situations where decisions are required.
The meeting course model is a tool to analyze the key factors of participant involvement and potential conflict along the classic meeting phases and to improve it with the aid of targeted interventions
The method of peer supervision takes place in small groups (6-9 employees). Participants consult each other on cases of their work life according to a predetermined conversation structure. An experienced group member slips into the role of the moderator and directs the conversation through six fixed phases. The method comprises approx. 45 min..
Mit Hilfe dieser KreativitätstechniWith the aid of this creativity technique different directions of thought can be pursued systematically. This technique may be applied by a group as well as a single person.k werden systematisch unterschiedliche Denkrichtungen zu einer Fragestellung eingenommen. Diese Methode kann in einer Gruppe oder von einer Person angewandt werden.
The sociometric line-up is an introductory element for seminars and trainings which encourages communicative behavior between the participants and facilitates getting to know each other.
The team timer is a stage model of team development. The typical group process comprises 5 stages: forming (forming stage), storming (conflict stage), norming (stage of developing rules and norms), performing (working stage) and adjourning (resolution stage).