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The Power of Appreciative Inquiry: Theory and Practice | June 16-19

Tue, June 16, 2015

through Fri, June 19, 2015
Europe Center
Presenter: Ralph Weickel

Could your organization benefit from:
Enhanced collaboration?
Increased employe engagement?
Heightened creativity?
Aligned action around a shared vision?

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Appreciative Inquiry is a proven method for leading positive change in organizations and communities around the world. Countless leaders have taken this workshop and are using Appreciative Inquiry to instill positive change in health care, education, military, business, athletic, community, religious, and government organizations. This 4.5-day workshop, formerly known as the Foundations of Appreciative Inquiry, will show you how to unleash the power of Appreciative Inquiry to:

  • Transform complaints into commitments
  • Create an emotionally positive, life affirming organizational culture and leadership style
  • Enhance collaboration and process improvement
  • Create a culture of service excellence
  • Engage team members, customers, vendors, and stakeholders in strategic planning and transformation

Registration: http://positivechange.org/events/
[email protected]

Learn how Appreciative Inquiry brings out the best and builds energy, focus and momentum for positive change.

Where: Moes
Prinshendrikkade 142 sous
1011 at Amsterdam
Tel: +31 (0)20 6235477

Space is limited, register now!!

Corporation for Positive Change Faculty:
Master practitioner Ralph Weickel will lead this highly engaging learning experience. As co-owners of Corporation for Positive Change he uses strength-based processes to help individuals, organizations and communities reach their full potential.

Accreditation: This workshop is approved to offer 25.75 (20.25 CC / 5.5 RD) Continuing Coach Education credits (CCE) towards renewal of certification in the International Coach Federation. This workshop fulfills a requirement of the Certificate Program: Appreciative Inquiry and the Practice of Positive Change