Solution focus!Coaching based on a solid focus on ...
Solution focus! Coaching based on a solid focus on possibilities and solutions Nicoline Wackerberg & Eva-Marie Sundqvist 2010 There are many different paths up the mountain Many different ways of getting to the top
P.Bate, P Mendel, G.Robert. Organizing for Quality (2008) Nicoline Wackerberg & Eva-Marie Sundqvist 2010 Nicoline Wackerberg & Eva-Marie Sundqvist 2010 Act our way in to a new way of thinking!
What should happen today during this session, to make it useful and worthwhile for you? Coaching is framework Creating a frame (of thought) for the client in which his or her goals, solutions and first steps can shine. Peter Szab & Daniel Meier Warm up
Dr Alasdair J Macdonald UK http://www.solutionsdoc.co.uk/ three some 1. Of all the things you do in your work, what would you say you are most satisfied with? 2. What else?
C A B 3. So, in view of all that, and all the other things you do in your work, what is the most interesting thing to develop in the near future? 4. Imagine that when you wake up tomorrow it will occur just the way you would like it to
happen. How will you notice? How will other notice? A What else will you notice? C B
5. Imagine a scale from 0 to 10 where 10 stands for tomorrow when it happens and 0 stands for the opposite. What number would you say you are at now? A How is that different from 0? C B
6. Suppose you move up one step: How will you notice? What will you do then that you are not doing right now? How will other notice that you have moved one step?
What will they see you do that you are not doing right now? A What would be the first small signs that tell you that you are making progress?
When will be a good time for you to take the C first step? What or who could be a support? B 7. In what way has this conversation
been useful for you? Is there anything we forgot to talk about? A C B 8. Give positive feed-back to your client!
Thinking about the things you said, I am really impressed by.. C B B and C give compliments to A A and C give compliments to B B and A give compliments to C A B
C A A C B Solution-focus
Focus on the future Resources
What is working? Presence Possibilities Progress Changes Action Hope The SF modell Coaching agreement ( for this session) Resource , buildning a platform of trust and confidence.
The perfect future Scaling , what brought us to that? Clues, treasures forerunners already there? Which Situations in the past contained at least a small piece of your preferred future? The action plan. Summary s vad vill be your next test. To me it is important not only to accept one method. I would like to have the ability to use a tool or not and most
important I can be myself. Lsungsorientierung in der Fhrung:Zwischen Anspruch und Alltag. Dr Carin Mussman ( 2006, s 44) Eksj Chief: PDSA and solutionfocus works very well. It is easy to combine it gives more energy and inspiration. Coach: Measurements can be so tough to create by asking these questions you can open the mind and it helps. Occupational therapist: It easy to use, directly the day
after you learned..it feels good and by asking yourself these questions you can keep the good feeling Organizing for Quality Quality improvement is dynamic, processual and emergent and therefore requires a more opportunistic mindset. P.Bate, P Mendel, G.Robert. Organizing for Quality (2008)chapter 1, 11..
Wrap - up Suppoose you work like this, how would it benifit your work? How would it be useful to you and your work? How could you apply this? My coaches Nicoline Wackerberg & Eva-Marie Sundqvist 2010
Bjrn Johansson www.clues.se www.solworld.org Reference list: http://www.solutionsdoc.co.uk/sft.html Berg IK, Szab P. (2005). Brief coaching for lasting solutions , New York: WW Norton Szab P, Meier D (2008)Coaching plain and simple solutionfocused brief coaching essentials, New York: WW Norton McKergow M, Korman H (2009) Inbetween neither inside nor outside: The radical simplicity of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Journal of Systemic Therapies Vol 28 No 2 pp 3439 Gale Miller, Steve de Shazer (1991) The foundation of brief therapy. University of Milwaukee
Nicoline Wackerberg & Eva-Marie Sundqvist 2010 Using Clinical Microsystems and Mesosystems as Enablers for Service Improvement in Mental Health Services Written by M J Gray Based on the service improvement work undertaken by Mike Gill and Mike Gray Service Improvement Leads
Modernisation Team Humber Mental Health Teaching NHS Trust June 2006 You cannot teach anybody anything. You can only help them to discover it in themselves. - Galileo Galilei - Nicoline Wackerberg & Eva-Marie Sundqvist 2010
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