Connect and contribute in 2022!

SFiO Sunday Fika!

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About this Event

Hello, all SFiO friends and colleagues. Following the success of ‘Fika the Crisis’ we decided that the community spirit the Fika brings is worth preserving from the crisis.

Therefore we will be running online Fikas on every third Sunday of the month.

Please do register as knowing the number attending helps us to plan the session. If you register you will receive a Zoom link reminder. The zoom link is here, copy it now and add to your calendar.

Fika is more than having a coffee. It is a Swedish social phenomenon, a reason to set aside a moment for quality time. Fika can happen at any time, morning or evening. Perfect for a global community! John Brooker, Annie Bordeleau and others will be your hosts to Fika with you online for 75 minutes. Join us for 5 minutes or an hour, whether you are SFiO contributors or not.

Come and Fika with us! While we appreciate these are serious times, this is an opportunity to be lighthearted, chat with friends and perhaps stimulate your minds. So please ‘bring’ coffee, cake, tea, biscuits or something alcoholic and savoury, chat with friends and meet new ones. Bring an instrument, we might have an impromptu cabaret!

As those who have attended will know, there is a varied mix of activities, including creative sessions, music and SF discussions, as well as getting to know each other. Through the magic of Zoom we set up breakout rooms so you can chat and create more intimately.

Our Fika is every third Sunday of the month at 1000 UK time, 1100 CET and evening in Australasia. As it is monthly, we have added 15 minutes on to the running time.

Please note, we do not video this event, but participants might.

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John Brooker
John Brooker
SFiO Reviewed Practitioner
Editor of Interaction
Chapter Head
SFiO Contributor

John has over thirty years experience of leading people to collaborate effectively. He gained his leadership experience as a Senior Vice President in Visa International, working on international projects. Since 2004 he has used his leadership and Solution Focus expertise to enable people in multinational and national organisations to collaborate effectively. He is Co-President of Solution Focus in Organisations, an SFiO Reviewed Practitioner and has an MBA from The Open University in the UK.