Sharing and building Solution Focused practice in organisations
Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark McKergow Apr 12, 2013.
Started Sep 25, 2009
Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark McKergow Feb 24, 2009.
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The wonderful SOLWorld 2016 conference is booking up. Remember that the cheapest way to get there is to take the early bird discount and book before the end of March 2016. Full details at the conference page http://www.solworld.org/notes/SOLWorld_2016_international_conference.
Posted on March 25, 2016 at 10:57
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Posted on December 18, 2014 at 13:30
Mark is very involved with setting up the first SF research conference. This two-day event is a co-production of SFCT and the University of Hertfordshire, and will take place on 19-20 September 2013 in Hatfield, just north of London.
The conference (www.asfct.org/research.php) will present and build dialogues around these topics:
Posted on May 21, 2013 at 18:36
Posted on October 22, 2012 at 18:25
You may have read something about the Solution Focused approach, perhaps even tried it out… but how to get first-class learning in applying SF thinking and practice to your work? Mark McKergow’s latest online course, SF Business Professional, is starting on 15 September 2012. Run in association with the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (the home of SF therapy), the…Continue
Posted on July 5, 2012 at 10:33
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Hi Mark, Here are the photo's of the steering group. Best wishes. Stanus
how happy I am with this virtual network! The spirit of SOL 2009 stays with me because of the possibility to stay in contact with all the great people I have met on Texel. Thank you very, very, very much for making this possible. Gerda
My minimal acquainance with the SF subject has led me to think its use could make business consultants more effective. Is that a possibility? Are there any examples, cases, where a series of SF steps have proven successful. Is there a 'best' approach to optimize its use?
All the best, Roger
Many thanks for the welcome, nice to hear from you. Kamila has also left a note for me, I feel like I belong already!
Don't do Facebook or any of those kinds of sites so it might take me a while to feel my way around this site. Gonna go now and see if I can do the friend adding thing....wish me luck! Julia.
...currently trying very hard to remain solution-focused in the face of bad weather with snow and icy wind in Vienna ;o). Regards, Karin
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