Appreciative Inquiry Facilitator Training
Appreciative Inquiry is a collaborative, strengths-based approach to both personal and organizational development that is proving to be highly effective in thousands of organizations and communities in hundred of countries around the world.
This Appreciative Inquiry foundations course includes mini-lectures, and experiential learning (individual, pairs, trios, small group, and large group) as well as auditory and visual materials to enhance the learning experience. At the end of this intensive training, participants will understand how to guide organizations, groups, and communities to consciously and deliberately shift their collective way of being and seeing to an appreciative approach, that will help them focus on what's right in their organization, group or community, rather than on what's wrong.
Dates & Times:
May 20 - 23, 2013, 8:30 AM PST – 4:30 PM PST
Homewood Suites by Hilton-Las Vegas Airport
230 Hidden Well Road
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Register by May 3, 2013 to receive the Early Bird Special Price of $1,395.00 USD*. After May 3, 2013, price for this workshop will increase to $1,800.00 USD.
*Registration includes four full days of instruction, lunch, instructional materials and a supervised practicum
Three of more people: $1,230.00 USD per person
Five of more people: $1,165.00 USD per person
Note: To redeem your group rate, please call the office at 1-702-228-4699 so that we may process and confirm your registration.
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When: Monday, May 20, 2013
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Where: Homewood Suites, 10450 S. Eastern Ave., Las Vegas
Cost: $1395 - $1800
Age limit: 18+
Event posted Jan. 31, 2013
Last updated Jan. 31, 2013
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