Welcome to the Centre for Solutions Focus at Work
Facing a situation that's messy, complex, interconnected, confusing? Where analysis is futile or failed, where things seem stuck and progress is vital? Then you need Solutions Focus.
sfwork leads the development and application of Solutions Focus (SF) approaches in the workplace. This distinctive and practical interactional approach can transform your approach to people and problems, and is used worldwide.
We provide consultancy, training, coaching, keynote speeches, books and resources to leaders, managers, consultants and coaches on every continent. Read our latest menu of services and courses and view our latest newsletter.
Co-director Mark McKergow is the co-author of the international best-seller The Solutions Focus, and has produced two other books and countless articles over the years. He is acclaimed as a lively speaker and skillful facilitator.
Co-director Jenny Clarke is co-author of books including Solutions Focus Working (with Mark) and 57 SF Activities (with Peter Roehrig). She is an experienced coach and consultant. Mark and Jenny also publish SF books as SolutionsBooks. Mark and Jenny are founder members of SFCT, the professional body for SF coaches and consultants.
Mark, Jenny and the sfwork team (Antoinette Oglethorpe, Shakya Kumara, Bruce Woodings and a host of international colleagues) invite you to discover SF by buying a book, joining a free Discover SF webinar, attending a training course or inviting us to help you with your organizational issues.
'SF marks a genuine step forward in thinking about organisational change' - Andy Smith, Association for Coaching
Please explore the site and get in touch.
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The sfwork menu 2010
UKASFP conference 2013
Mark is presenting a workshop on SF work and the enactive paradigm - more...
SFCT UK meeting: Peter Rohrig on using SF Activities
Open to SFCT members and non-members. 12 noon - 6pm. Peter Rohrig is the author of Solution Tools and 57 SF Activities. More...
SFCT Research Conference
The first SFCT research conference, in association with the University of Hertfordshire. Researchers and academics from around hte world on SF, enactive and narrative work. More...
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