Peer-to-peer intervision takes place with a group of co-workers. In this group, you won’t be talking about professional subject matter, but focus on behaviour and what happens beneath the surface.
Intervision makes employees more aware of how they function and operate professionally and as a person. Daring to be vulnerable is an integral part of intervision. That’s why a climate of mutual trust is essential to the process, just like a translation to the daily practice of work. I can offer that kind of facilitation.
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