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Micro tools and the PLUS-model

The place to talk, learn, and share the concept and practice of micro tools and the PLUS-model

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Micro tools and the PLUS-model

Welcome. This is the place to learn, share, and talk about micro tools. The five minute techniques that lets SF be done even in real life. We already have a group of micro tools ready to be used and more is to come. I've created the concept a few years ago, and I've been surprised how efficient they are, and how easy they are to construct, once you know the principles. Shortly, I will upload my presentation from SOL 2008 and the micro-tools that we worked with there. In a few months this group will migrate to a dedicated web-site, where I will share the work on my upcoming book on micro tools.

Michael

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Micro Tools For Career Counseling 4 Replies

Started by Anton Stellamans. Last reply by Loraine Kennedy Jun 20, 2008.

Micro tool for Public consultation meeting

Started by Loraine Kennedy Jun 20, 2008.

Pdf's from SOL cologne: presentation and two micro tools

Started by Michael Hjerth Jun 9, 2008.

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Comment by Dave Holt on October 31, 2013 at 18:52

Hi, I'd be interested to hear how others have used the PLUS model with individuals who have issues with low self-esteem, low-self confidence, lack of motivation, anxiety and depression.

What steps,questions have you used? What impact have these had? Does anyone have any thoughts? 

Comment by Martin van Gogh on July 10, 2008 at 11:12
Hello Michael, still very enthousiastic about your tools as presented in Cologne. Love to learn more and apply them in my IT company.
Martin
Comment by Colin Coombs on June 26, 2008 at 10:58
Michael
Many thanks for developing this tool, I think it has lots of potential and could be developed in a whole range of different ways. Here at Tate, where everyone is permanently mega-busy, Loraine and I are doing some work to develop them for a 'learning Bite' (90 minute lunchtime session) for people who can't afford to spend a day out on training. Will keep you posted!
Comment by Loraine Kennedy on June 24, 2008 at 9:05
Liselotte

Would love to know what micro tool or process you used in training course on SF. Was it the concept of micro tools? or did you design or get group to design?
Comment by Iris Fischer on June 17, 2008 at 10:35
Thanks to you, Michael, from me, too! And I am looking forward to join the discussion :-)
Comment by Barbara Schumann on June 13, 2008 at 9:47
Thanks Michael for inviting me to Micro Tools. This Micro tool gives me a good structure for my patients to focus them on their goals and not expanding their life story.
Barbara
Comment by Carin Mussmann on June 11, 2008 at 22:49
Thanks Michael, my university group was very pleased to work with a micro tool. It worked well and nobody could believe this before. I called it espresso tool because I love the italian way of taking the fast morning-coffee.
Comment by Michael Goran on June 9, 2008 at 18:08
I have been looking forward the Micro Tools '1st release' for some time now. Great job, this is exactly the kind of small, do-able stepping stones to success I have been looking for. Looking forward to the 'micro-book' about it!
Comment by Paolo Terni on June 9, 2008 at 17:44
Cool, I love it.
In my book (in Italian) I use another acronym re SF applied to coaching.
I'll work on a presentation in English soon... :-)
Ciao,
Paolo
Comment by Liselotte Baeijaert on June 8, 2008 at 19:22
Hi Michael, great logo!
I used micro tools last week in a training course, it's a wonderful way to activate trainees in applying SF to their own specific cases very quickly (the first half day of a 1 day course on SF)! I'm looking forward to your book.
Liselotte
 

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