How I work
The clients I work with often need clarity on what to focus on. Once we identify this focus, once the clarity is achieved, the action becomes apparent, and transformation (magically) occurs.
As a dialoguer, I place a higher emphasis on being a fellow human being. In certain stages and situations, the conversation is a genuine dialogue between two human beings, where I share my considerations and reflections with the client. I use all of myself in order to serve as a witness and a co-creator in the dialogue.
Together, we explore the context of the clients’ situation, rather than necessarily looking for solutions. We experiment with our thoughts and consider new ways of acting.
We speak with each other rather than to each other and about something. The English communication researcher John Shotter (2006) speaks of ‘withness thinking’ instead of ’aboutness thinking’.