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Karin Holzinger
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Where are you based? (City & Country)
Vienna, Austria
In which role(s) do you use SF ideas and tools? (You can pick more than one)
Coach, Consultant, Trainer
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What is your connection to Solution Focused Work (based on Insoo Kim Berg and Steve de Shazer at BFTC Milwaukee and others)?
Nine years track record in corporate Human Resources (Philips Austria) - responsible for/active in Employer Branding, Recruiting, Employee Development. Self-employed consultant/mgt trainer/coach since 2004; SF/systemic approach, good understanding of client needs across industries, supporting people's self-actualization process and transforming their needs into actions; enabling better co-operation and sustainable development/growth among stakeholders. Experience with multi-cultural teams and English-language process facilitation. Willing to learn and share experience.

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At 9:35 on February 19, 2009, Jenny Clarke said…
Hi Karin Would you mind sending me a copy of the German version so I can send it to Sabine (who is German but didn't have time/inclination to translate it herself!). I am at
Many thanks, Jenny
At 20:25 on February 18, 2009, Andreas Tenhagen said…
Hi Karin,

thanks for your nice comment on my Page. Very glad to get some interested ideas from here.

Greetings from the black-forest

At 17:21 on February 18, 2009, Jenny Clarke said…
Hi Karin
How flattering! I quote from the Journal: "I can confirm that there is no problem from the Journal's point of view with translation into other languages, nor indeed with publishing it in other journals or on other websites of your choice as long as our Journal is credited as the original publisher. The convention usually adopted is to add the following at the beginning:

'This article was first published in The International Journal
of Mentoring and Coaching, Volume IV Issue 2, September 2006'.

We would be very interested to hear where the article is used in translation "

I am not sure where you would put it on this site - perhaps just a blog post linking it to your site?

Best wishes, Jenny




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