Sharing and building Solution Focused practice in organisations
I love questions; asking them, answering them, writing about them, thinking about them, driving Christine (Wife)crazy with them. Whether you are a facilitator, coach, leader, person in the toilet-stall next to me – asking 2 to 3 questions beyond the point of where we agree
develops understanding of each other. Additionally asking questions
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Scaling Challenge of Choice
High Ropes Course Processing & Reflection…
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Anton Stellamans led a sparkling session, in which he took us on a quest for a different kind of philosophy, suggesting that perhaps SF itself is a different kind of philosophy.
I’m not sure I understood all of what was said, but here are my more or less useful…Continue
The solution focused brief therapy annual conference 2010 “bridges” walks the talk and builds bridges! - Obviously this was not a therapeutical only conference. Even more, as the SFCT –…Continue
Notes from a session at EBTA conference, Malmo, 5 September 2010
Brian Cade with Gale Miller, Eve Lipchick, John Walter and Wally Gingerich.
Eve: The difference now is that the dream has come true. From six people with no money in a think tank – and it happened. Here we are at an international meeting of people with the ideas we developed and trained.
The prevailing Milan model was to…Continue