niklas-tiger & shakya-kumara
Introduction to audio by Shakya Kumara Hi5 is an exciting, innovative IT Consultancy, based in Umeå, in the north of Sweden.
In 2012, I had the privilege of training everyone at Hi5 in Solution Focus. I was delighted by the way they ran with it, adding a twist of SF to almost everything they do, and getting some great results.
But initial enthusiasm can easily wane, life can intervene, and today’s hot new innovation can easily become last years’ management fad.
Sofie Geisler and Jonas Wells
Unusually we have not written an introduction or commissioned a review for the following article.
The introduction to the article introduces it perfectly, and the editorial team thought we would experiment with a new idea: to let you the contributors discuss and review the ideas in the article on the [LinkedIn group].( https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13507275/).
We would like to give grateful thanks to Jonas Wells from Sweden, for kindly contributing and reviewing in the article, the description of his work within the Swedish context.
On all channels: Youtube, LinkedIn and Facebook the current ‘trending recording’ is an illuminating history of SF, compellingly told by Jonas Wells.
Jonas gave a talk for the SFiO Global Online Chapter on 30 June 2019. Through his excellent research and timeline, he took the 27 participants back in history from the early works of Milton Erikson in the 50’s, through the eighties and nineties, with a cast of characters, some well known and others less so.
This article is a summary of ideas for stimulating the quality of training that we have collected from personal experiences, from our colleagues and associates and especially from all the skilful trainers at the SFCT trainers conference in Frankfurt in October 2011. We were fascinated by the rich variety of peda- gogical and ingenious activities!