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My experience in organisations has shown me that leadership is always a process. This process can start anywhere, yet leaders and especially those at a more senior level in the organisation have a particular responsibility for this process.  Change flows from those who have energy to move towards purpose. The leadership process channels that energy. 


I have also found that it is the layer that many find most challenging that I find most promising. It's in the middle that change is discovered, followed and brought to life. 

Working with leaders who work in the cauldron of the middle is what I most enjoy and what I am best at. Being with you as you face the inertia and the potential of the organisation and figure out your way to be with it as you discover how you can allow the change that is emerging to flow. 

About me

Sytske Casimir

As a consultant and coach my expertise is in leadership development that systemically impacts the organisation and in organisational development that grows leaders and leadership teams. Clients say that I co-creates spaces where they can

show up fully, find what they don’t know they know and (re)discover what inspires them. Spaces where people can feel, think and listen to their own voice and the field around them, making meaning of patterns which may so far have been unconscious. Through my way of reframing what has been in front of their eyes all along, clients may notice what they had not paid attention to before. 

For the past 20 years I have worked in and with various organisations (e.g. Shell, ABB, Avans, a healthcare organisation) with senior and middle leaders and their teams.  I help leaders and their teams discover how to best work together and how they can make a significant impact with small, well timed and rightly placed interventions .

Though I sometimes work on my own as a coach, all organisational work is done with colleagues, people who are similar enough to make work effortless and different enough to bring a range of experience and perspectives.

I am also a horsewoman, photographer and poet. I breed Icelandic horses which grow up on the land around me, capturing their movement as a herd in my “herdtography”.

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Herdship Offering

Coaching

We are continually changing in life and in our roles in organisations, yet we don't always know that we are changing. As your coach we witness both how you are now and how you are changing.

 

We help you explore where you are going and where you would love to go and how to make sure these are connected. We work with individuals and teams, to help you discover what is needed now.

Organisational 

Development

As we change, so do organisations. Yet, often we are trying to disturb the system without seeing what is already there, we try and build stability without honouring the stability we have.

In organisational development we start with what is and what wants to emerge from there. Allowing the energy to flow. Disturbing patterns that keep the organisation stuck while keeping what works.

 

 

Leadership Development

To lead others you will need to walk the road first - we walk with you as you develop your skills personally and as a leadership team.

 

We work with organisations to co-crate leadership development interventions that grow your leaders and move the organisation towards its purpose.

 

We believe in leading to learn, which means that learning happens close to the work and is related to real challenges you face together. 

 

Let's start our dialogue

Herdship /həːdʃɪp/ noun

1.
The movement of being a member of a herd, helping the herd prosper through a combination of being, leading and following based on a few hard rules
1.1.  
The state or position of being a herd member
2.
For people in a community/organisation – the movement of being a member of that community and being and moving like a herd member, supporting the purpose of the community/organisation through a combination of being, leading and following based on a few hard rules
2.1.
The state or position of being as a herd member would be