SFiO
The InterAction Collection
OF SOLUTION FOCUS PRACTICE IN ORGANISATIONS · Vol 10 - 2018 Edition

The SF Chart

A simple method to get out of the plan

Sep 8, 2020

Marco Matera & Carey Glass

Introduction by Carey Glass

Marco has a skill in bringing visual description alive. This article provides us with an enchanting description of SF and a very clear and accessible visual chart for using it with individuals and teams. In his description he provides the lovely image that problems have frameworks but imaginings have space. He describes that if we are moving away from the problem rather than going toward the solution we are still anchored to the problem.

His template for working with SF provides a simple and practical diagram that is easily remembered and easily used. It brings SF alive in a very practical way that any individual or team could remember and use again and again. He has mastered the art of conveying SF simply.

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pdf: Solution Focus Chart

Marco Matera
Marco Matera
SFiO Chapter Head
InterAction Contributor
SFiO Contributor

Marco is the founder of the SFiO Italian Chapter. He is a Board-level consultant with specialisms in Human Resources & Organizational Development. Trainer expert in Solution Focus Approach and systemic coaching, Marco leads individual, team coaching sessions, management development programs, trainers’ training and supervision.

Carey Glass
Carey Glass
SFiO Reviewed Practitioner
Editor of Interaction
SFIO Contributor

Carey Glass is a Management Consultant and Organisational Psychologist. Her business “Change With Ease” reflects the miracle that happens when organisation move away from problem-focused approaches. She has brought SF to all areas of corporate and public sector life in the UK, from strategy, to performance management, to occupational health and safety, to culture, coaching and complexity helping create far-reaching change with ease. She has published case studies describing the transformation that SF brings to organisational outcomes and is excited to now be bringing the benefits of SF to Australian organisations.

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