How to draw sh*(f)t and make the most of it A solution-focused exercise to turn confusion into con-fusion by drawing and observationzaterdag 8 september 12
About this exercise ‣ This exercise was designed as a workshop for the SOL 2012 conference in Oxford. ‣ It is dedicated to my friend Marco Matera who joined me on this venture of how to deal with confusion in an SF way. Thank you Marco. ‣ Feel free to use it. ‣ If you’d like to find out more about this or you’d like to have a demonstration, feel free to contact me: ‣ firstname.lastname@example.org ‣ 00 32 472 50 90 76 ‣ Enjoy! ‣ PPS: thank you to Dr. Petra Müller-Demary, Liselotte Baeijaert and Hannelore Volckaert who helped me refine the exercise before it went live at the SOL 2012 conference. Your input made it so much leaner. ‣ PPPS: thank you Elke Gybels for the great suggestion of adding the (f) to the titlezaterdag 8 september 12
Fostering conversations that reveal the best in people, organisations and those around them Hannes Couvreur email@example.com 00 32 472 50 90 76 www.superblyhuman.be twitter: @superblyhuman skype: superblyhumanzaterdag 8 september 12
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