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The Bethel Summer Institute: An Appreciative Inquiry Colloquy* | July 23-26

Thu, July 23, 2009

Thursday 7/23 - Sunday 7/26

Target Audience:
All
Location: NTL and Gould Academy, Bethel, Maine
Hosted by: Jane Watkins, Sushma Sharma and Dennis Baird


Description:
IF YOU BUILD IT, THEY WILL COME! Come and join us for spirited learning at The Appreciative Inquiry Colloquy in Bethel, Maine – the first Bethel Summer Institute where we create a learning community full of conversation, deep dialogue, continuous discovery and broad networking with colleagues, AI practitioners and “elders.”
 
The Colloquy, convened by The NTL Institute of Applied Behavioral Science partnering with Appreciative Inquiry Consulting, will bring together participants in the NTL/Case Appreciative Inquiry Certificate Program and all of you who join us to share knowledge, practice and innovations developing in the AI community and among those working globally to create a positive change revolution.

*Colloquy = a conversation; buzz-session; chat; clam-bake; confab; conference; debate; dialogue; discourse; discussion; seminar; schmoose!

 

Who should come:
You! If you want to learn from the broader positive change community, share your own experience with AI or other positive change processes, and, build your network of positive change colleagues, this Colloquy is for YOU!

Why YOU?
Join us to expand our knowledge and practice of AI and explore other processes from the revolution in positive change!
• Share ideas with others – bring your cases, offerings to share and/or attend learning sessions;
• Connect and communicate with a wide network of people who share your passion for this work;
• Help yourself and others to expand ways of thinking about positive change in organization development and to widen our understanding of what is possible; and
• Become part of a large network of people committed to positive change as a generative and creative gift to the world.

Cost: $400.00.

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For further information and to register please contact:
http://www.ntl.org

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