Date and venue: 23 to 25 February 2016; Windermere Centre, Cumbria
This three-day residential course is designed for people who have already undertaken an introductory Appreciative Inquiry workshop and wish to build on existing AI practice and deepen their understanding. The programme will be practically based and cover:
• AI principles in day to day practice
• Creating great questions and protocols
• Creating and delivering AI summits and events
• Building AI practice into church and community life.
• Revisiting the 5D process and SOAR
• Emerging new approaches and tools
The fee of £260 includes full board and accommodation, AI resources, and course facilitation by AP co-director Tim Slack.
For further information on the course, guidance on whether you meet the course criteria, or to book one of the 16 places contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Early booking is recommended.
This course is part of two ongoing projects:
Appreciative Inquiry for Churches initiated by the United Reformed Church and the Developing a Community of AI Practice project, supported by Appreciating People.