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Our ambition is to support conversation-based professionals (like coaches, counsellors, teachers, leaders, social work). The Fork model is a hands-on tool to structure a conversation in such a way ...

Our ambition is to support conversation-based professionals (like coaches, counsellors, teachers, leaders, social work). The Fork model is a hands-on tool to structure a conversation in such a way that helping your clients is combined with emancipatory work. The ultimate purpose of helping clients is not only that clients' goals are reached or their problems solved, but that they become empowered citizens and cultural creatives.
The Fork model consists of four tracks. Only by evolving on these four tracks (multi-tracking) at the same time, we will learn to develop in a sustainable way. The Fork helps people and organisations to multi-track their development. Use this model if you choose for long lasting and meaningful development.

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    • www.forkmodel.net
    • www.forkmodel.netBuying this book is a way of sponsoring our work.Thank you. + login = get updates www.forkmodel.net
    • Are you a professional, working with clients students patients employees citizens customersand you are looking for an inspiring conversational tool ? Emancipatory Emancipatory Innovative Innovative Needed Needed www.forkmodel.net
    • Then this model can help youto structure your conversations www.forkmodel.net
    • I came to an obvious Succesful change conclusion occur only in a frame of development www.forkmodel.net
    • In 95% of cases linearBased on observations change from A to B is a too simple approach www.forkmodel.net
    • Embed change in a The principle of larger process ofsuccessful guidance development ! www.forkmodel.net
    • The Fork is a model to structuredevelopment oriented conversations www.forkmodel.net
    • The book is a manual www.forkmodel.net
    • Learn how to structure goal oriented approach www.forkmodel.net
    • Learn how to improve different ways of self-guidance www.forkmodel.net
    • Learn how to integrate life-course events into empowering personal development www.forkmodel.net
    • Learn how to create meaningfulness through the relationship with a greater whole www.forkmodel.net
    • But this is really the big thing : AToo simple B Too simple Change the way you think about change www.forkmodel.net
    • If you are involved in professional guidance like I do, reframe a request for help in an exploration of identity and meaning www.forkmodel.net
    • Learn to fork development www.forkmodel.net
    • Who am I ? A practitioner A philosopher A www.forkmodel.net creator
    • A coachA teacher www.forkmodel.net
    • and this is mygreat-grandfather- my role model - www.forkmodel.net
    • It all started 20 years ago - The true story behind the model -Honest, I developed this model because ofdissatisfaction with existing models. Thismodel is the story of my professionaldevelopment as psychotherapist, coach andteacher. 2012 www.forkmodel.net
    • Phase 1 I was dissatisfied with the diagnostic-problem solving approach as well as with the client- centered approach. I learned the NLP way to work in a structuring goal-oriented frame (track 1).1987 www.forkmodel.net
    • Phase 2I was dissatisfied with the ‘request for help’pattern. I learned how I could improve myclients ability of self-guidance (track 2). 1995 www.forkmodel.net
    • Phase 3I was dissastisfied with the behaviour basedand result-oriented approach. I learned tointegrate identity and lifestory (track 3). 2000 www.forkmodel.net
    • Phase 4I was dissatisfied with the individualisticapproach in coaching and counselling. Ilearned how to connect my clients’ requestfor help to larger issues in society (track 4). 2007 www.forkmodel.net
    • Why in god sake ‘the fork’ ? Because the model looks like a fork, you damnwww.forkmodel.net
    • What makes The Fork model book unique ?• Brainfriendly reading and study• Inspiring vision• A lot of questions you never thought of before• It is more than a model, it is a revolution inhow we approach clients www.forkmodel.net
    • Questions for conversation based professionals : www.forkmodel.net