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Liselotte Baeijaert
  • 61, Female
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  • Belgium
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Where are you based? (City & Country)
In which role(s) do you use SF ideas and tools? (You can pick more than one)
Coach, Consultant, Trainer
What is your website (if any)?
What is your connection to Solution Focused Work (based on Insoo Kim Berg and Steve de Shazer at BFTC Milwaukee and others)?
Working as an HRD professional at Ilfaro Belgium I am very keen on using SF in my work and life and I am happy to be part of this wonderful community. Together with Anton Stellamans I work in profit and non for profit organizations and schools and we like to share our experiences in coaching, training and consulting. At this moment, as a result of the last SOL conference in Cologne, we have lots of new ideas and there are also many exciting assignments coming up. This could be a good place to talk about what works and to learn from other SF practitioners around the world!

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Strong Summer Retreat Ripple...

BJörn Johansson caused a very strong ripple during the summer retreat. As we were having dinner, he asked me: why does it seem so simple for people to have conversations about what they want to get, how to make business or how to find health and develop themselves, but rarely have conversations about what they do to contribute to the world or create meaning for… Continue

Posted on August 22, 2010 at 12:48 — 13 Comments

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At 9:15pm on June 07, 2012, Irini Nikolaidou gave Liselotte Baeijaert a gift
Thank you all for "been there"! Hugs Irini
At 21:47 on June 19, 2011, Bob Faw said…
Thanks. I'm really wishing I could join you all at the retreat in August.
At 16:34 on June 18, 2011, Monica Strickler-Maurer said…
yes of course. :-)
At 10:22 on May 29, 2011, John Brooker said…
Sorry, we don't accept "hopefully" for Oxford. Has to be a "definitely" !! ;-)
At 9:41 on May 26, 2011, Yvonne van Iersel said…

Ha liselotte, dank voor je mail, de treasure pleasure is ook geheel aan mijn kant, ik vond het fijn. Ik las net je blog over de summer retreat ripple, dat resoneert sterk in mij, het ripplet zogezegd verder in mij! ik laat je weten hoe het verder gaat.

heerlijke dag gewenst, warme digitale omhelzing, Yvonne

At 19:50 on May 25, 2011, Hannelore Volckaert said…

Hi LIselotte,

IIk zag je comment deze morgen nog, maar ik moest weg.

Ik dacht "ze heeft mijn pagina nog vroeger gezien dan ik" :-), rappe madam.

Veel groetjes en tot...?


At 9:19 on May 25, 2011, Pernilla Forsberg Tiger said…
Hi Liselotte! Yes, it was nice to meet you and all the others, everyone so friendly and sharing. I can only say "wow":) Hope to see you next year in Oxford!
At 12:10 on April 7, 2011, Rayya Ghul said…
Hi Elta, it's only taken me two years to upload my photo - let's hope I become a little speedier in my career!  Thank you for the kind comments you left - I have 'joined' properly now.
At 10:11 on December 7, 2010, Phil Aspden said…
I just wanted to say thank you to you and Anton [also posted] for some inspiration you have unknowingly given me! - I have adapted your anchors and buoys exercise from the 57 activities book. I was stuck with how to get 2 new university departments to consider areas of collaboration, I read your exercise and realised I could use it slightly differently.
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.
Thanks again
At 15:57 on September 8, 2010, Chabwine said…
Hi, Liselotte,

Thank you very much for your warm message. I can say the same about you. I have heard Anton talking so often about you that I have the impression to know you for years.... It's a pleasure to get in touch with and I am sure we will meet at some point (probably through Anton).
You are also doing great job with Anton (I am alsways impressed when he talks with enthusiasm about what you are doing together. Keep up!
Cheers, Joelle




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