Monthly Archives: September 2011

AP complete Appreciative Inquiry training

AP director Tim Slack trains in Italy last year with one of AI’s founders, Jane Magruder Watkins (second left). Also pictured are Ralph Kelly and Mette Jacobsgaard, both highly experienced international AI trainers and practitioners. Tim completed his AI apprenticeship last week with a week-long residential course, which we’ll be posting on later in the

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Reflect and renew: time for you – October 8

Following the success of Appreciating People’s Reflect and Renew day in July, and responding to the requests from those who couldn’t make the last date, we’re re-running this day for women on October 8. October 8 The Health Place, Blackburne House, Liverpool 9:30-4:30 Only 16 places available… with two highly-experienced facilitators Join us at the

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Why small interactions matter

We read this last week in Gallup’s Management Journal email and it caught our eye, so thought we’d re-post it here for you to read… In his book, TouchPoints: Creating Powerful Leadership Connections in the Smallest of Moments, Douglas Conant, former CEO of the Campbell Soup Company-turned-author argues how every interaction – however small –

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Westminster Council extends AP’s hostel programme

Westminster City Council is rolling out Appreciating People’s training programme for homeless hostels, and will widen it to include the rough sleepers team. AP delivers the first day of training on Tuesday 13 September. This new programme is a continuation of the Back on Your Feet course we designed last year, only this time we’re

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