SFP 85 – Interviewing for Efforts: Exploring Effort Focus and Microanalysis of Face-to-Face Dialogue with Harry Korman

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Harry Korman on interviewing for efforts. In today’s episode, we talk with Harry Korman, Solution-Focused Psychiatrist, Therapist, Trainer, Speaker, about effort focused interviewing and microanalysis of face-to-face dialogue. Find out what fascinates him with Solution Focus, the difficulty of doing Solution Focus, complimenting for efforts instead of traits, and how he got into effort focused interviewing. Check out more about how effort focused interviewing has influenced Harry’s practice, the difference between interviewing for efforts instead of success, and recognizing the efforts in Solution Focused practice. Harry mentions the different listening posture with effort focused interviewing and tells us more about his journey with microanalysis of face-to-face dialogue. Together we explore how microanalysis has influenced our practice and the value of having videos of your own work and watching them. Hear the story of how Steve de Shazer told Harry that he is working too much and the six second rule or how to wait for answers. And do the Challenge of the Week: "Look for, when you ask questions that have to do with effort, without something necessarily being successful. Look out for it.“ Send an email with stories or comment in the comment section below.

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