with Marc Gardiner
Presentation: An introduction to strengths-based & solution-focused (SF) thinking – origins in therapy, strong evidence-base in any change work
Small group practice: having a go at one or two core solutions focused questions in real conversations with each other
Why does it work? A few clues from neuroscience
Implications of SF for change movements & conversations
Future-thinking: what will change look like?
Plymothian who’s worked for 30 years in social care and community work in the city.
Co-founder of Zebra Collective, a worker cooperative which does development work with organisations in the helping sectors: managing culture change in orgs, training, supervision, reflective practice; also community development in excluded city communities.
Our core values are social justice and strengths-based approaches.