Workshop Design and Consulting
Do you have internal trainers and facilitators in your company? Are you looking for an experienced partner to develop a change or workshop design with you and your internal colleagues and to accompany the implementation?
Together we will develop an approach and a workshop design that makes sense for your challenges in your specific context. The Solution Focus Method gives good impulses for your workforce. We focus on expertise and transforming changes that fit your company and can be implemented sustainably.
For current problems you will find steps that are both quickly realizable and focus on the solution, for conditions that cannot be changed in the short term you will achieve a best possible handling. Good developments need their time and a consistent implementation.
I advise and support you in the development of your workshop concept and accompany the implementation.
Christiane Wiedemann Christiane Wiedemann IBM HR Career & Talent Center Manager
In 2020, I commissioned Ingrid Reisch for the project “Arbeitswelten 4.0” with a six-part concept development for an online Solution Focus training, intended for all employees of IBM Germany. It became clear that Ingrid combines a lot of experience in the business context with a sure instinct for people. Her teaching method does not focus on how it should be theoretically, but instead she supports solutions that address the individual. Working together in a solution-focused way, we created an interactive and innovative program, which was implemented with enthusiasm by my team of trainers. The program included teaching the variety of the Solution Focus: e. g. how to use it for conversations, how to deal with conflicts in a solution focused way as well as for self-coaching. We developed Solution Focus to go and Solution Focus on the fridge as reflection and reminder opportunities for the method, which was very sufficient. The cooperation with Ingrid was a complete success for us as a team as well as for us as multipliers in the interaction with the approximately 2,400 participants!