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J-SOL4 (The 4th Japanese National SOL Conference)

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J-SOL4 (The 4th Japanese National SOL Conference)

Time: August 20, 2011 to August 21, 2011
Location: Kita-Hiroshima Classe Hotel
Street: Kita-Hiroshima
City/Town: Sapporo, Hokkaido
Website or Map: http://kitahiroshima.classe-h…
Event Type: national, conference, for, solutionists, in, japan
Organized By: Yasuteru Aoki
Latest Activity: Aug 20, 2011

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Summer retreat type conference for Japanese speaking solutionists

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Comment by Yasuteru Aoki on August 20, 2011 at 15:37

Hi Regina,

Thank you for your best wishes. We just finished the first day of J-SOL4 and I am so fascinated that CNPR(chane of natural positive response) is happening here and there. Congratulations for the happy Summer Retreat.

 

Bowing

Aoki

 

Comment by Regina Reinhardt on August 20, 2011 at 8:59

Very best wishes to everyone attendting J-SOL from Switzerland, where the SOL Summer Retreat took place :-) How wonderful to see how SF grows throughout our world!

Bow

Regina

PS An offer stands to host SOL Summer Retreat 2012 in May in Greece on the island Hydra

Comment by Yasuteru Aoki on August 15, 2011 at 0:34

Julia, thank you very much for your wishes.

Yes, we are going to have a WONDER-ful J-SOL conference:-)

Bowing back

Aoki

 

Comment by Julia Kalenberg on August 14, 2011 at 10:51

Dear Ruiko and Aoki,

sending my best wishes for a WONDER-ful j-sol conference in Japan.

I would love to join you and will do so in my thoughts.

Deep bows to all the SOL friends in Japan, Julia

Comment by Yasuteru Aoki on August 14, 2011 at 2:16

Sue, thank you for your nice message!

 

I am sure you had the wonderful retreat again this year. We are going to be smaller this year in number but much deeper in meaning and significance. Thank you really so much for your attention.

Comment by Sue Lickorish on August 13, 2011 at 21:21
As we are finishing the SOL Summer Retreat in Switzerland, you will be starting J-SOL4. May I wish you a wonderful conference and I hope many good things happen that help Japan to recover from the earthquake and tsunami. Deep bows to our SOL friends in Japan. :-)
Comment by Ruiko Aoki on July 13, 2011 at 9:44

Hi "this lady" Julia and Kati,

Thank you for having interests in SF Young Ambassadors.

SF will help young people in any situation like us. They can get an oar when they are going to sail to business milieu. When they start their job with SF, there is a big difference. We give SF seminars to managers or group leaders now. One day, new employee who know SF will support their managers. From top and bottom, SF will spread in both way.

 

And, this idea came to my mind after the disaster of 3/11 Earthquake. We were thinking to help people living in those area and talking something to help them by/from/as J-SOL. Such a giving mind turns to young people who waits some opportunities to grow. We can give them such a opportunity for inviting to J-SOL. It's like a story of a man who plant a tree in a dry land. Year by year, SF young trees increase and grow, someday it become SF forest.

 

Deep bow,

Ruiko

Comment by Katalin Hankovszky on July 2, 2011 at 21:09

Dear Julia

the ppt you still can find on the conference website: http://solworld2011.org/conference/program-details/ and as far I know the video was only temporarly reachable - Aoki San, is there still a link?

 

I'm also very excited and pleased with the idea of young ambassadors - it would be somehow a great idea to simillary support ?beginners? from countries, where the annual conference took place that they can afford to join the following year?

curious about the experiences you'll make and with warm greetings from Switzerland
Kati

Comment by Julia Kalenberg on July 1, 2011 at 8:06

Hi Aoki,

your presentation at Balatonfüred was so good that I told many people about it. Could you please tell me again where I find your ppt presentation and the short video? It was so inspiring. Thanks a lot.

Best regards, Julia

Comment by Julia Kalenberg on July 1, 2011 at 8:04

Hello Ruiko and Aoki,

what a marvellous idea with the SF young ambassadors. That's a funny conincidence: during my latest workshop with a good client of mine I gave all to transmit my conviction for SF (I was so enthousiastic after Aokis presentation at Balatonfüred) and it was really successfull. One of the participants called me afterwards because he had told a lot at home and his daughter (16 years old) wanted to get  to know "this lady" (=me).

Let's keep in touch about this subject. I wish you all the best for j-sol4!

Have a great day, best regards, Julia

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