Appreciative Inquiry Facilitator Training (AIFT)
At the end of this intensive Appreciative Inquiry Facilitator Training, participants will have the skills and foundation to facilitate Appreciative Inquiry sessions. They will learn to guide organizations, groups and their community to consciously and deliberately shift their collective way of being and seeing to an appreciative approach. This will help them focus on what's right within their organization, group or community, rather than on what's wrong. Participants will learn to guide their organization to deeply inquire into what's right and why, and then find ways of intentionally creating more of what's right in their organization, group or community.
The tangible result of an inquiry is a series of statements that describe where the organization, group, individual, or community wants to be, based on the high moments of where it has been.
When: Monday, May 9, 2011
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Where: Canyon Center of Summerlin
Age limit: 18+
Event posted Dec. 2, 2010
Last updated Dec. 2, 2010
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