liselotte-baeijaert, John Brooker, Peter Szabó & Carey Glass
Introduction by Carey Glass What caused Sleeping Beauty to wake up? The kiss of the Prince or just that the 100 years of sleeping were over? What would we like to believe when we work as coaches, are we the kissing Prince, or do we just happen to be there in the moment when Sleeping Beauty wakes up anyway because 100 years are over?
Katalin Hankovszky and Peter Szabó
A review of Peter Szabó’s article by Katalin Hankovszky Peter’s article (see PDF below) was first published in German in the late 90’s, in Switzerland. The primer publication contained a larger coaching study, conducted in client organisations of the publisher, and further articles on coaching. The only article on a single specific coaching approach was this one on Solution Focused Brief Coaching by Peter. The article was spread also in English for several years as a description of solution focused conversations in the context of coaching.
Haesun Moon & Annette Gray& Julia Mines
SFiO - Solution Focus in Organisations · Haesun Moon on Coaching A - Z SFiO Chapter with the Author Introduced by Julia Mines My copy of Haesun Moon’s new book is waterlogged (from soaks in the tub); scribbled in (with notes, stars, and exclamation points); and now, it also has dog-eared pages (the ones I’d like to come back to soon).
Hosted by Leah Davcheva
Introduced by Géry Derbier On a beautiful Sunday morning, twenty or so participants set out to explore the metaphor of Host Leadership and its practices. Mark McKergow and Helen Bailey carved out the model of two steps, four positions, and six roles of a Host Leader. With the guidance of host Dr Leah Davcheva, participants constructed ways to use this model to benefit clients and themselves.
Supervision for me is a space where you can stop, analyze your work with the help of external support to see things that you would not see on your own. In this article, I share my experience of supervision, offer an overview and present my model so that it can also serve as a support for reflective practice.
On 25 October at 18:00 CET. Wim first presented this session at SOLWorld Vienna. The SFiO InterAction editors received so many positive reviews about this session we asked Wim to repeat it online. In this session you will learn to train your ‘noticing muscle’ to become even more skillful and resourceful in it. We’ll have dialogues, share stories, and explore a world of possibilities ... just by noticing.
What if change is possible where you are, with what you have? On 4 September at 13:00 CET and 7:00pm SGT, Kenneth Kwan shares an amazing piece of work which he lead in a large public hospital. Leading change has always been challenging and many people see that change is only possible from Top Down. But what if change is possible from the bottom up as well?