We have been guiding very different people, with very different backgrounds through a wide variety of different change processes. As is customary for facilitators, we have been meeting this challenge – rooted in the vast variety of where our clients are starting from – by being open for the unexpected. We orient ourselves to a model we have developed called the “Room of Energy and Motion for Facilitating Change”.
This model defines three levels of change: design, process and energy, whose elements are all intertwined at all three levels but always remain flexible and freely pulsate together. “Room of Energy and Motion for Facilitating Change” functions the same way as a basic grammar book does in learning a language; it serves as a framework within which we guide and intervene by using our intuition, our abilities to sense and our attitudes.
Our “Room of Energy and Motion for Facilitating Change” model is explained and described in detail in our book Facilitating Change, Beltz Publishers, Berlin 2013, page 21 et seqq.