57 SF Activities for Facilitators and Consultants: Putting Solutions Focus into Action
By: Jenny Clarke (editor), Peter Rohrig (editor)Hardback
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A collection of Solution Focused activities for workshops and team events. It helps readers to maximise the effectiveness of their workshops, team meetings and projects, use creative stimulating activities with confidence and precision, and create even more ideas and processes for their own situations. Facilitators and consultants from all over the world share their experience in this rich collection of Solution Focused activities for workshops and team events. Clear step-by-step instructions let you use them straight away - or adapt and combine them as you wish. This book helps you to maximise the effectiveness of your workshops, team meetings and projects, use creative stimulating activities with confidence and precision, and create even more ideas and processes for your own situations.
Dr Peter Rohrig is a partner in KonsultKontor in Germany. SF informs all his work, especially in training and in quality development. His work is firmly rooted in practicality and pragmatism.Jenny Clarke is co-director of The Centre for Solutions Focus at Work in the UK. She is an experienced manager, consultant and coach and has worked with SF ideas in organisations worldwide for over fifteen years. Peter and Jenny have both been members of the SOLWorld Steering Group since it began in 2002.
Preface by Matthias Varga von KibedChapter 1: What's this book about?An interview with Peter Rohrig by Jenny ClarkeChapter 2: Before the workshop begins Compact contracting by Wilhelm Geisbauer Mission impossible? by Klaus Botzenhardt Getting going before the workshop by Alan KayChapter 3: Off to a good start Resource telephone by Dominik Godat Team spirit by Josef Grun What's in it for me? by Bjorn Johansson & Eva Persson Large group warm-up by Alasdair MacdonaldWhat do we have to get right? by Mark McKergowSparkling moments by Mark McKergowStructured goal chat by Daniel MeierThe miracle at work by Lilo SchmitzThe solution onion by Lilo SchmitzChapter 4: Containing problems and conflicts A container for problems by Carey Glass Getting co-operation when teams are in conflict by Lilo Schmitz Successes by Barry Winbolt Three in one by Inge ZellermannChapter 5: Looking at resources Ubuntu by Liselotte Baeijaert & Anton Stellamans Anchors & buoys in the competence sea by Liselotte Baeijaert & Anton StellamansThe triple by Ben FurmanWalk talk by Gesa NiggemannQuality mirror by Peter RohrigMessages in boxes by Annette Lentze & Gabriele Rottgen-WallrathLove letters by Frank TaschnerThe resource market by Stephanie von BidderChapter 6: The future perfect: developing visions and strategies Dream theatre 20XX by Yasuteru Aoki The reflecting telescope by Annie Bordeleau Wish soup by Dominik Godat Once upon a solution by Michael Goran A round trip to the future by Michael Hjerth Future perfect: documentary by Paul Z Jackson Metaphor magic by Loraine Kennedy & Lina Skantze Looking back to the future by Hans-Peter KornStrategy hike by Christine KuchDream team by Armin RohmFocus five by Klaus SchenkChapter 7: Spotting progress The scaling walk by Paul Z Jackson Error management by Susanne Keck Coaching time out by Thomas Lenz Reflection break by Daniel MeierChapter 8: Interaction in action The UNO game by Kirsten Dierolf Your team in flow by Bert Garssen Mini-coaching with maxi-effect by Daniel Meier Learning from good examples by Peter Rohrig Solution focused interview with absent team members by Insa SparrerChapter 9: Taking the learning back to the workplace Noticing your secret buddy by Jane Adams How I see you - and how I think you see me by Madeleine Duclos Footsteps by Dominik Godat Team treasure chest by Josef Grun Perspective X by Josef GrunThe scaling party by Michael HjerthMy secret good resolution by Peter RohrigTaking it forward - from ideas to action by Janine WaldmanChapter 10: How was it for you? SF Evaluation by Felix Hirschburger Progress monitoring as transfer assistance by Susanne KeckChapter 11: The next session Starting the day by Mark McKergow Wouldn't it be nice? by Peter SzaboSolution focused speed dating by Penny WestChapter 12: How do you add SF to your toolkit? By Peter Rohrig & Kirsten Dierolf
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