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The NOAM 7 steps approach (Visser & Schlundt Bodien,
2013) is our simple way to describe some of the basic
elements of the...
1. Desired usefulness
2. Desire for progress
3. Better future
4. The platform
5. Earlier success
6. Small step forward
7. ...
1. Desired usefulness
 How can we best use our time for you?
 How would you notice afterwards that
that our conversation...
2. Desire for progress
 What would you like to become better?
 What is bothering you?
 How does it bother you?
© 2013
w...
3. Better future
 What would you like instead of your current
situation?
 How will you notice that your situation will
h...
4. The platform (establishing what is already there)
 Imagine a scale from 0 to 10, on which 10
stands for the situation ...
5. Earlier success
 When have you experienced that what you
want to achieve has already happened to
some extent? How did ...
6. Small step forward
 What small step forward can you think of?
 What small step could you take tomorrow?
 How will ot...
7. Experienced usefulness
 Has our conversation been useful to you?
 What was most useful?
© 2013
www.progressfocusedapp...
© 2013
www.progressfocusedapproach.c
omMusic: Coert Visser & Dirk-Jan Smid
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The noam 7 steps approach of progress focused work

  1. 1. The NOAM 7 steps approach (Visser & Schlundt Bodien, 2013) is our simple way to describe some of the basic elements of the progress-focused approach. The order of the steps often works well but is flexible, depending on the unique characteristics of the conversation. The seven steps are: The seven steps are useful in contexts such as coaching, self-coaching and team coaching. © 2013 www.progressfocusedapproach.c om
  2. 2. 1. Desired usefulness 2. Desire for progress 3. Better future 4. The platform 5. Earlier success 6. Small step forward 7. Experienced usefulness Here are some examples of questions for each step: © 2013 www.progressfocusedapproach.c om
  3. 3. 1. Desired usefulness  How can we best use our time for you?  How would you notice afterwards that that our conversation was useful to you? © 2013 www.progressfocusedapproach.c om
  4. 4. 2. Desire for progress  What would you like to become better?  What is bothering you?  How does it bother you? © 2013 www.progressfocusedapproach.c om
  5. 5. 3. Better future  What would you like instead of your current situation?  How will you notice that your situation will have become better?  What will be better when your problem is solved?  Imagine, it is x months later and you are satisfied with your situation. What is better in that situation? What will you be able to do in that situation? © 2013 www.progressfocusedapproach.c om
  6. 6. 4. The platform (establishing what is already there)  Imagine a scale from 0 to 10, on which 10 stands for the situation as you want it to become and 0 for the situation in which you not accomplished anything yet. Where are you now on that scale?  What is already there between 0 and your current position?  How did you manage to get to where you are now on the scale? What worked well? What else helped? © 2013 www.progressfocusedapproach.c om
  7. 7. 5. Earlier success  When have you experienced that what you want to achieve has already happened to some extent? How did you accomplish that?  When were you already higher on the scale than your current position? What is the highest position you have been at? What was better? How did you manage to do that?  Was it useful to talk about this? © 2013 www.progressfocusedapproach.c om
  8. 8. 6. Small step forward  What small step forward can you think of?  What small step could you take tomorrow?  How will other people notice you will have taken that small step?  How can you build on what has worked before? © 2013 www.progressfocusedapproach.c om
  9. 9. 7. Experienced usefulness  Has our conversation been useful to you?  What was most useful? © 2013 www.progressfocusedapproach.c om
  10. 10. © 2013 www.progressfocusedapproach.c omMusic: Coert Visser & Dirk-Jan Smid

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