Sharing and building Solution Focused practice in organisations
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One of my coachees was struggling with a complex problem. A new team member is going to be introduced in two weeks time and an old one took another job. As the new team member needed to be seated close to his newly assigned mentor, this meant that the whole team (they are working in one big room) had to change desks. He was puzzled about how he could make everybody happy. He knew that some of them had preferences: some wanted to be seated close to the desk because they liked the direct…Continue
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Savouring my recollections of the SOL Summer Retreat, one of the phrases that lingers in my mind is Paul Z's: "I could live like this". "Me too!", I thought, "yet, the retreat will be over soon." It was Friday…Continue
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Hi Anton, I have been very inspired by the workshop and the way you guided us through. I really appriciate to stay in touch. Gudrun
Very much looking forward tonsee you this year at Balaton and learn from you on resilience.
Send you some strong and warm sunbeams
je bent mijn eerste officiele Sol friend via deze weg :-))
Nog eens een hele dikke merci aan jou & Liselotte voor de super leuke , energieke en inspiratie volle lunch gisteren. Jullie zijn duidelijk fanatastische licht bakens en ik vind het zeer kostbaar dat we samen ideen en vriendshp kunnen delen .
hoop dat jullie vandaag een super toffe oefen dag hebben
Islands are the key areas of expertise/ operation, Buoys in different colours are where each dept believes it has good experience and expertise and finally anchors are where, knowing what they know abut the future - they see the best areas for collaboration and partnership. These depts are geospatial depts so the marine metaphor is perfect.
Wish you all the best, hugs, Julia
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