Our first Solution Focus Case Study book!
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The best hope about the book is that employees in organizations, leaders, coaches, advisors are going to find attractive examples as well as inspiration about the lightness and simplicity, variety and flexibility coming from solution focus (SF) process.
This collection of articles shows international experience of applying Solution Focus in team coaching and organizational development all around the world as well as interviews with leaders using SF in their everyday work.
Table of Contents
1. One Swallow Makes Summer
1.2. Dominik Godat: The Success Bell
1.3. Weiland Veronika: There's No Way Out
1.4. Susanne Burgstaller: Pioneering a New HR Tool in a Banking Group
1.5. Katalin Hankovszky Christansen : The Turning Point
2. When Leaders Initiate Change
2.1. Kornél Csajtai: Lightness and Simplicity
2.2. Henrik Walther: Oskar
2.3. Pavel Vitek& Leoš Zatloukal:: The Dream of a CEO
2.4. Kata Gábor: Success Quantifiable in Figures
2.5. Monika Houck: A Company That Makes a Positive Difference
2.6. Christof Zimmermann: Just Wait in Silence
Daniel Meier on SF Teamcoaching
3. How to Change Solidified Structures
3.1. Jesper H.Christiansen: From Frustration to Cooperation
3.2. Éva Kovács: KOOP – A School Project
3.4. Mónika Göntér: Coaching in Three Hours
3.5. Gabi Szabó: The bond - The Marriage of Solution Focus and Psychodrama
3.6. Andrea Török: Coaching Inside the Organization
Paul Z Jackson on SF Organizational Development
4. Large Scale Interventions
Javuló soft faktorokon keresztül termelékenység, hatékonyság és szervezeti dinamizmus növekedés
4.2. Hannes Couvreur: Resourcefullness Rules
4.3. Henrietta Heiszmann: Company Culture Change
4.4. Janine Waldman & Alison Abington: From Coaching Conversation to Organizational Change
4.5. Niklas Tiger: Collecting What's Working
4.6. Adrian Honegger: It's Safe to Fail
5. Generating Directions
5.1. Jenny Clarke: Solution Focus in a Small Business
5.2. Éva Porpáczy: Defending the Citadel or the Power of Pictures
5.3. Elvira Kalmár: Executive Teamcoaching
5.4. Klára Lapu: The Sunshine Boys – It’s No Fairy Tale, My Son!
5.5. George Agafitel & Carmina Smith: Teamcoaching for Revitalizing the Main Product
5.6. Natalie Polgar: Startup Roller Coaster in the ‘Trough of Sorrow’
Anton Stellamans on SF leadership
6. Solution Focused Organizations
6.2. Gracia McGrath: Achieve Everything You're Capable of
6.3. Martin van Gogh: Solution Focused Leadership Improves Profit!
6.4. Hans Christian Nielsen: Solution Focus Suits Me
7. Modus Operandi
7.1. Petra Müller-Demary: How to Coach 68 CFO's
7.2. Dainius Baltrušaitis: Large Group Intervention
7.3. Paolo Terni: Getting Out of The Way
7.4. Peter Szabó: Brief and Effective
7.5. Dóra Pekár: Solution Focused Organization Snapshot
8. Lessons Learnt
8.1. Kirsten Dierolf: How Solution Focus Influences Learning Design
8.2. Ben Furman: Art of Helping People
8.3. Haesun Moon: Five Moving Parts
8.4. Áron Levendel &Elvira Kalmár: How to Become Trainer in Eight Days
8.5. Enikő Tegyi: Resilience in Turbulent Situations
8.6. Peter Rendes & Kirsten Dierolf: Creating an Internal Training Academy
The editors Katalin Hankovszky and Natalia Polgar invited solution focus practitioners to tell their stories, share their best practices and reflections on their work.