Organisational consultants are adept at telling organisations what they know already. Instead what I do in an organisation is that I inquire into what is going on in that organisation in a way that helps them recognise what they are at and how each person is contributing to the position the organisation finds itself in and the interrelatedness of what all of the members of the organisation are doing. What I call this is getting people to think systemically. In doing so I want to develop in people an ability to take up responsible positions in their speaking thinking and acting in the service of the organisation. I want to develop their capacity to catch themselves as they are about to say or do more of the same and instead to try something different. The way I do this is by positioning everyone as having a perspective that is worth hearing and inquiring into each one’s perspective in such a way that they take responsibility for them and see how those positions are interconnected. I believe in structuring meetings and conversations with clear purposes in mind with a view to generating movement and a deeper level of understanding among the members of the organisation. Above all I am interested in developing people’s membership of an organisation whatever their role is.