Monthly Archives: October 2011

Appreciating People grows Northern AI network

Earlier this month Appreciating People co-hosted the Northern branch meeting of the AI UK network, along with colleagues at Knowsley Council. AP director Suzanne Quinney is the facilitator for the steadily-growing northern network, which now has more than 50 members in the region. The group got together for an evening of presentations, drama, conversation and

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AP sponsors Global Entrepreneurship Week lecture

Appreciating People is to sponsor a Positive Psychology at Work lecture for Global entrepreneurship Week in November, with a keynote lecture by psychologist and AI practitioner Sarah Lewis on How Positive Psychology and Appreciative Inquiry support wellbeing, resilience and entrepreneurship. She will speak at Liverpool Hope University on Wednesday 16 November as part of Entrepreneurship

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AP takes Appreciative Inquiry training into schools

Appreciating People is taking Appreciative Inquiry into schools, helping students at Savio Silesian College in Bootle improve their decision-making skills and learning experience. Savio is a specialist Business and Enterprise school, and AP carried out the session with 15 year 9 students (13 year olds). The course was based around the question ‘how can I

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Westminster Council resilience update

STOP PRESS: there are still two places for staff available on our next Westminster AI course – 11 & 20 September, contact Suzanne for more details. You can read below about our last training programme with the Westminster Council group. ***** Appreciating People has just finished its two and a half day AI (Appreciative Inquiry) training

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