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Four Rooms: Janssen's Model®

Certification: Introduction Four Rooms – Janssen’s Model

Introduction

Get to know the Janssen Model® and "The Four Rooms of Change". The psychologically based approach, has proven itself in practice and supports people and organizations to deal with change. As a certified user, you become a member of the international FOUR ROOMS network and you will benefit from international experience and best-practice tools.

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Four Rooms: Janssen's Model®

Certification: Introduction Four Rooms – Janssen’s Model

Introduction

Get to know the Janssen Model® and "The Four Rooms of Change". The psychologically based approach, has proven itself in practice and supports people and organizations to deal with change. As a certified user, you become a member of the international FOUR ROOMS network and you will benefit from international experience and best-practice tools.

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Lots of practice and testing

Reflections and feedback

Networking

Your learning goals

  • You increase your competence as a consultant for change processes employing an instrument that involves people holistically.
  • You will add a psychological set of tools to your change management expertise, allowing you to get right to work with your focus group.
  • You have a coaching tool for leading systematic development conversations.
  • Your "self-help" toolbox expands as you guide leaders and employees through a process that conveys to take responsibility for their own mental health and well-being.
  • You will know how to combine Four Rooms with other change management concepts to increase effectiveness.
  • You will gain impulses with the help of which you can convince decision-makers or clients to use Four Rooms.

Course description

Janssen’s Model® – “The four rooms of change” 

Janssen’s Model® describes “The Four Rooms of Change,” as Stockholm psychologist Dr. Claes Janssen calls his psychological model.  In change humans permanently go through the four rooms: satisfaction, denial, confusion and the room of inspiration.

We all have experiences of how it feel in each room and how we behave there. In times of permanent change, increasing complexity and uncertainty, we experience that many people find it more difficult to get out of the rather unpleasant rooms of denial or confusion, which then leads to decreased performance, conflicts, bad atmospheres and illness.

Working with Janssen’s Model® helps people and organizations to get back into the rooms of inspiration and satisfaction. It increases openness to change and serves as a self-help tool. Four Rooms supports the development and preservation of a healthy work environment as basis for innovation, performance and sustainable development.

Together you will go through the introduction process and explore the theory of the Four Rooms.

The international team of consultants will provide the background knowledge and share their years of practical experience to empower people to get out of the rather uncomfortable and unproductive spaces of denial and confusion.

 

Shaping transformation successfully: more about Janssen’s Model®

The certification helps…

  • If you work in human resources and want to help your organization to build a sustainable change capability that is dedicated in taking its employees along in times of change.
  • If you are a manager and want to support your team effectively and sustainably to master “change”.
  • If you, as an (agile) coach, want to use a tool with which you can conduct systematic development discussions and enable your coachees to take responsibility for their mental health and satisfaction.
  • If you want to develop an open and trustworthy corporate culture in which constructive feedback everyday practice.
  • If you want to create a healthy work environment where a sense of responsibility for one’s own health and well-being is encouraged and where leadership is a supporting factor.

 

Advanced tools will be introduced:

  • Personal Dialectics PD, helpful for working with individuals in coaching or development meetings. It also supports conflict management, for example in a small group.
  • Pulsometer, for working with teams and organizations, it is a “real-time feedback” alternative to employee surveys.

 

This Janssen’s Model® certification is accredited by the International Coaching Federation (ICF) as Continuing Coach Education (CCE). ICF-certified coaches can gather the following CCE hours with this Janssen’s Model® certification:

Core Competencies: 14
Resource Development: 6

The certification helps…

  • If you work in human resources and want to help your organization to build a sustainable change capability that is dedicated in taking its employees along in times of change.
  • If you are a manager and want to support your team effectively and sustainably to master “change”.
  • If you, as an (agile) coach, want to use a tool with which you can conduct systematic development discussions and enable your coachees to take responsibility for their mental health and satisfaction.
  • If you want to develop an open and trustworthy corporate culture in which constructive feedback everyday practice.
  • If you want to create a healthy work environment where a sense of responsibility for one’s own health and well-being is encouraged and where leadership is a supporting factor.

 

Advanced tools will be introduced:

  • Personal Dialectics PD, helpful for working with individuals in coaching or development meetings. It also supports conflict management, for example in a small group.
  • Pulsometer, for working with teams and organizations, it is a “real-time feedback” alternative to employee surveys.

 

This Janssen’s Model® certification is accredited by the International Coaching Federation (ICF) as Continuing Coach Education (CCE). ICF-certified coaches can gather the following CCE hours with this Janssen’s Model® certification:

Core Competencies: 14
Resource Development: 6

Most important facts about the course

  • Experience how theory is developed and applied in practice.
  • Learn about the background of the theory.
  • Ideas are developed to convince internal decision-makers or clients to use Four Rooms.
  • The certification program offers plenty of room for reflection and exchange to work on individual questions.
  • As a group, you will practice the application before working on your own cases in practice.
  • CONTUR is the exclusive partner of Janssen's Model® in Germany and China.

Methods of certification

The certification program is structured along a Learning Journey

  • Independent study units, small groups or plenary work
  • Short impulses
  • Direct practice in the training situation
  • Focused preparation for the transfer into practice
  • Joint reflections and mutual feedback up to shadowing-sessions ensure effectiveness
  • 2 days of classroom training and 2 x 0.5 days live online training (dates to be arranged in the training)

Feedback of Participants

All dates

There are currently 2 dates available for this seminar.

17.10.2024 - 18.10.2024

09:00 - 17:00

Face-to-face module

CONTUR GmbH, Hannover

Trainer:
Dr. Angelika Schrand
Language:
english
Order no. 210047_d
Price
2.295,00 EUR (plus VAT.)
The price includes the seminar documents, certificate of attendance and, in the case of attendance modules, a joint lunch per full seminar day and the coffee breaks. The costs for overnight stay/breakfast will be settled directly with the hotel.
Free places available
Book now

28.11.2024 - 29.11.2024

09:00 - 17:00

Face-to-face training

CONTUR GmbH, Hannover

Trainer:
Dr. Angelika Schrand
Language:
german
Order no. 210047_c
Price
2.295,00 EUR (plus VAT.)
The price includes the seminar documents, certificate of attendance and, in the case of attendance modules, a joint lunch per full seminar day and the coffee breaks. The costs for overnight stay/breakfast will be settled directly with the hotel.
Free places available
Book now

17.10.2024 - 18.10.2024

09:00 - 17:00

Face-to-face module

CONTUR GmbH, Hannover

Trainer:
Dr. Angelika Schrand
Language:
english
Order no. 210047_d
Price
2.295,00 EUR (plus VAT.)
The price includes the seminar documents, certificate of attendance and, in the case of attendance modules, a joint lunch per full seminar day and the coffee breaks. The costs for overnight stay/breakfast will be settled directly with the hotel.
Free places available
Book now

28.11.2024 - 29.11.2024

09:00 - 17:00

Face-to-face training

CONTUR GmbH, Hannover

Trainer:
Dr. Angelika Schrand
Language:
german
Order no. 210047_c
Price
2.295,00 EUR (plus VAT.)
The price includes the seminar documents, certificate of attendance and, in the case of attendance modules, a joint lunch per full seminar day and the coffee breaks. The costs for overnight stay/breakfast will be settled directly with the hotel.
Free places available
Book now

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FAQ

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Many change management approaches work on the cognitive level and describe process steps – such as Kotter’s 8 steps, Lewin’s phases and others. They often describe what should be done to engage people. Four Rooms of Change connects the cognitive with the emotional-social level and this in a very plausible, comprehensible way. Especially for people not trained in psychology.

The theory allows us to recognize how we are influenced by our mindsets in everyday life and thus provides an explanation of why. This enables individuals and teams to take responsibility and action themselves. In doing so it sterengthens immanently systematic processes and self-organization. Thus the approach is easy to apply for coachees – without long theoretical explanations in advance.

The Four Rooms of Change is the original design by Claes Janssen. The House of Change was published and used by the Ashridge Business School. It is based on the Four Rooms. Ashridge added further rooms, but Claes Janssen did not see them as necessary or helpful. The Four Rooms were developed on the basis of Claes Janssen’s research into attitudes to life.

He calls it the inner Yes/No conflict and the resulting influences on the phases of change. The 4 rooms are developed on this basis. The House of Change and the additional rooms are not linked to Claes Janssen’s scientific findings and are also not necessary in practice. In addition, they are often misused in practice, for example, managers are told that they should bring their employees out of the Room of Satisfaction in order to achieve change. The space of satisfaction generates productivity and efficiency and to bring all employees into denial and despair is counterproductive.

A key finding of Claes Janssen’s research was that people deal with change differently depending on their attitude and it is therefore wrong to assume that all people in the same situations are in the same rooms. This is confirmed by resilience research in particular. The simplistic assumption developed in the House of Change from a managerial perspective of “taking everyone through the rooms” at the same time therefore does not help to successfully organise change processes.

We very much welcome the fact that many people use the Four Rooms in their training courses and workshops. This shows the easy accessibility and the benefits of the Four Rooms as an explanatory model.
During certification, you will recognise how much power and energy the development process based on Claes Janssen’s theory triggers in people. The link with the underlying theory enables more intensive reflection and thus also expanded options for all users in a wide variety of everyday situations in management, coaching, negotiations, conflict management and, of course, in all forms of change.

As a certified user …

  • you can use an internationally tested training guide
  • you work with the original in a licensed and legally compliant manner and on the basis of the underlying scientific theory
  • increase your expertise with internal or external customers, and enable transparency and successful implementation with the holistic approach

As a certified user, you become a member of the international FOUR ROOMS network and …

  • have access to the analytical tools and training guidelines
  • can use all licensed Four Rooms instruments
  • have access to the national and international network of professional users of the Four Rooms
  • will be listed as a licensed consultant on the CONTUR homepage

Many change management approaches work on the cognitive level and describe process steps – such as Kotter’s 8 steps, Lewin’s phases and others. They often describe what should be done to engage people. Four Rooms of Change connects the cognitive with the emotional-social level and this in a very plausible, comprehensible way. Especially for people not trained in psychology.

The theory allows us to recognize how we are influenced by our mindsets in everyday life and thus provides an explanation of why. This enables individuals and teams to take responsibility and action themselves. In doing so it sterengthens immanently systematic processes and self-organization. Thus the approach is easy to apply for coachees – without long theoretical explanations in advance.

The Four Rooms of Change is the original design by Claes Janssen. The House of Change was published and used by the Ashridge Business School. It is based on the Four Rooms. Ashridge added further rooms, but Claes Janssen did not see them as necessary or helpful. The Four Rooms were developed on the basis of Claes Janssen’s research into attitudes to life.

He calls it the inner Yes/No conflict and the resulting influences on the phases of change. The 4 rooms are developed on this basis. The House of Change and the additional rooms are not linked to Claes Janssen’s scientific findings and are also not necessary in practice. In addition, they are often misused in practice, for example, managers are told that they should bring their employees out of the Room of Satisfaction in order to achieve change. The space of satisfaction generates productivity and efficiency and to bring all employees into denial and despair is counterproductive.

A key finding of Claes Janssen’s research was that people deal with change differently depending on their attitude and it is therefore wrong to assume that all people in the same situations are in the same rooms. This is confirmed by resilience research in particular. The simplistic assumption developed in the House of Change from a managerial perspective of “taking everyone through the rooms” at the same time therefore does not help to successfully organise change processes.

We very much welcome the fact that many people use the Four Rooms in their training courses and workshops. This shows the easy accessibility and the benefits of the Four Rooms as an explanatory model.
During certification, you will recognise how much power and energy the development process based on Claes Janssen’s theory triggers in people. The link with the underlying theory enables more intensive reflection and thus also expanded options for all users in a wide variety of everyday situations in management, coaching, negotiations, conflict management and, of course, in all forms of change.

As a certified user …

  • you can use an internationally tested training guide
  • you work with the original in a licensed and legally compliant manner and on the basis of the underlying scientific theory
  • increase your expertise with internal or external customers, and enable transparency and successful implementation with the holistic approach

As a certified user, you become a member of the international FOUR ROOMS network and …

  • have access to the analytical tools and training guidelines
  • can use all licensed Four Rooms instruments
  • have access to the national and international network of professional users of the Four Rooms
  • will be listed as a licensed consultant on the CONTUR homepage

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