Solution focused coaching Mike Cardus

Decide what will fit for the complaintant/customer, i.e., which task, based on which variable [ ] will make sense to the particular client. – Steve de Shezer – Clues pg 99

Concluding this series of post on useful change:

  1. Change happens when it seems reasonable
  2. Exception to the norm is change
  3. Change through a small nudge
  4. Digger deeper taints change through assumptions
  5. The difference is where progress is found
  6. Momentum towards useful change
  7. Co-construct a task or clue

We arrive at the co-creation of a task or clue or next-step for the change to be useful. Using a variety of Skeleton-Keys makes the cooperation within teams and people more likely due to the fact that you are working along using their expertise as the momentum of change.