MOROSOPH is the wise fool who surprises you with insights about what has always remained invisible and therefore has an undermining effect within your organization or within yourself. Manfred Kets de Vries describes the MOROSOPH as “a philosophical or learned fool, someone who speaks the truth despite danger, but in a playful and witty fashion, like the Fool in Shakespeare’s King Lear”.
MOROSOPH reveals the invisible in a way that encourages to lose it’s undermining power and to be able to work with what is there. This liberation provides space for significant change and meaningful collaboration within the organisation. When thinking, feeling and doing are connected, heart and mind come together for a deeper experience and harmony. MOROSOPH allows people to flourish in an honest organisation where there is always space to bring to the table what is necessary to strengthen the change capacity of employees and the innovative power of the whole company. That is the way forward!
About Sandra Gevaert
Sandra Gevaert is the wise fool of MOROSOPH. Sandra challenges you to be the best version of yourself and to live from your deepest motivations and desires. Both at the service of yourself and of the larger whole you are part of. Sandra embodies, inspires and invites vulnerability, which can lead to a relationship of trust and honesty. From her passion for people and music she connects creativity and expression with entrepreneurship and decisiveness. Being true to the principles of the Art of Hosting, Sandra works from the collective wisdom and uses what already works as a starting point for change.
As a musician in the business world and as a consultant in the music world, Sandra performs the part of the wise fool who brings new insights with lightness and humour. She has a fascination for the invisible within systems and organisations, the energy that lives under the skin and undermines the ambitions of an organisation. In her work she values honesty, harmony, an open and positive attitude and the wisdom of the group. When Sandra steps back from the organisation at the end of a process, those values ensure lasting results. The invisible has been revealed.
Does Morosoph fit your bill? Let’s get acquainted!
Are you ready for the sage who puts her finger on the sore spot with humour and lightness? Let’s make an appointment for a closer acquaintance on the way to meaningful change.
Rozella Oostveen – Combiwel
Annelies Gerritsen – Municipality of Amsterdam
Janneke Dubbelboer – Mundi training
Sjoukje van ‘t Veer – Municipality of Amsterdam
Leen Paape – Nyenrode Business University
Henk Korthorst – The Dutch Central Bank
Pieter van Zijl – project manager, engineering office, Municipality of Amsterdam
Djehan Lauwers – change manager, diversity & inclusion PwC
Lisa – millennial coachee
Minke van Steenis – Philips
Monika Bankert – business economist, chartered accountant, interim manager, writer with a mission
Lot Locher – Strategic Adviser Amsterdam Rainproof / Waternet
Organisational Change: the honest organisation
“To clearly place the ‘what’ with the municipality as the client and the ‘how’ with the executing body, we had to come clean and look at our own share with a very honest view to make the processes transparent. Sandra was eminently able to create that safe context in which everything could come to the table. Complex situations could just be able to exist and did not have to be solved immediately which gives some kind of relaxation in the process. ”
Visioning: from don’t to do
“The idea is that you develop people and organisations from what is already good and thus create the foundation for further development based on trust. Sandra guides you in looking beyond what went wrong and how not to do it. She is particularly interested in how things can be done. In addition, employees usually know very well what is needed to achieve an improvement and Sandra can get that wisdom from a group par excellence. ”
Coaching: focus on perception and harmony
“It was a bit different than I had previously imagined in coaching. I don’t know if I thought I would go home with a marketing plan, but I do know that that wouldn’t make me happy. Sandra took the time to elaborate on my intrinsic motivation, my motives for making music. ”