Finding the First Small Steps Forward: Managing Change in a Small Team Setting at a Canadian Not-For-Profit Organisation
This case study explores the contribution a Solution Focus (SF) process can make to the design of a workshop to help a team to manage through a stressful period of change more effectively by developing an alternative achievable reality. In addition, it examines specifically the impact the SF process had on the team leader's feeling of autonomy and the team's ability to establish priorities.
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Document Type: Case Report
Publication date: November 1, 2012
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