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Conversation with  R.M., one of the participants to Solution Building (project manager – banking – 35 years old) I met some of the participants to the Solution Surfers programmes, managers, coaches or trainers, people from whom I wanted to find out what they had gained in these programmes. What did they receive? What did they take for themselves? What are they giving forward?  Give and receive time We met over coffee, during our lunch break, so this was more a conversation than an interview. She told  me the reason for making time to meet during such busy days – the proposal was coming

I don’t know – but I can help you find out! Choosing a coaching approach is like choosing a place to eat out. Sometimes you just want to get out of your own kitchen, don’t you? While ingredients are numerous to begin with, the ways to combine them are innumerable. As we speak, there is a cook somewhere giving a small twist to an old recipe and changing the experience of it for his customers. No matter how familiar or strange, all recipes that exist are delicious to some people and unpalatable to others. You can go to an Italian Pizzerian, an Argentinian

By: Alina Buzatu (Alina's Website) Last evening I was happy to be present as a co-organizer and participant to the 12th Solution Cafe, our monthly free event that is taking place for more than a year, each month, 2nd Tuesday evening, from 6:30 pm and 9 pm, people being invited to join for free. This is the event to come if you want to (sometimes for the first time in that week or month) to offer yourself 15 minutes of thinking and talking and connecting with a topic that it’s of interest for you. Could be a professional challenge, or a project

By: Robert Blaga (Robert's Website) When I learned that I was accepted into college, the Psychology department, about 12 years ago, my mind was set on becoming a psychotherapist. I was eager to learn the craft and start helping people work on their challenges. After only six months, I gave up. The first rule of the game was to keep your mouth shut and don’t offer solutions to the client. It was not my kind of business. What if I know what the client should do? What if his own solutions are stupid or, worse, they are dangerous? "I can’t shut up and

By Fania Pallikarakis When I sat down to write this article for protagon.gr I asked myself, how could I explain what Solution Focus is, in only 400 words? Can it be described so briefly? I kept stopping and starting. And then I realised. I didn’t have to explain what it is. We all already know. We just don’t know that we know. We all solution-­‐focus, we just don’t know that we do. You do also. You just don’t know it. You solution-focus whenever you say “Aha! How come I hadn’t thought of that earlier?”; every moment you can see things clearly and spot

A manager asked yesterday, When you ask people for their best hopes of change don’t they sometimes say something which is totally unrealistic? Yes, of course! So what do you do with it? In  a  coaching session the client said his best hope would there would no longer be a boss. Me: So what difference would that make for you? Client: Oh, I would have time to do the things I am interested in. Me: So what would that be? I was curious to find out more about what he was enthusiastic about and he wanted to spend more time and energy on. And it was even something work