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Solution Talk

Solution Talk

SOLUTION TALK – the art of constructive conversations

 

“Solution talk creates solutions”

Steve de Shazer

 

Get familiar with a simple, but effective approach to switch a conversation from complaining or problem analyzing to solution building. This switch can boost positive energy and confidence, get faster results and build commitment for development.

 

In this 5 hours workshop you will

  • Explore how you can guide a conversation by questions and appreciative remarks
  • Gain insights on how to focus your attention to move forward in a conversation
  • Experience how to create enthusiasm and emotional involvement of collaborators and conversation partners
  • Discover a simple approach to produce faster results
  • Create your self-tailored ideas about how to use these learnings in your own context

 

The Solution Focused approach has proven to be very effective in unleashing the potential in people, creating a motivating working culture and driving initiatives and involvement. The Secret of its success is the focus on what is already working and moving an individual and organization forward to a desired outcome.

 

Who should attend?

You might be a

  • team leader
  • project manager
  • change agent
  • or HR specialist

and are interested to learn more about constructive conversations and getting what you want by engaging in skilled communication with those around you.

Trainer: Kati Hankovszky (Switzerland and Hungary)

Date: 27th of November 2104; 14.00 – 19.00

Location: Bucharest

Investment: 200 euro (+ VAT) for this fee you can come with up to 3 colleagues (Yes, exactly! Up to 4 people for one price). Our experience is that to initiate Solution Talk and positive change in an organization it is useful and more fun to be a small group of ambassadors who can support one another.