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The Appreciative Inquiry Champions Programme was launched in 2014 and builds on the AI training we have been delivering over many years.
The programme involves participants in a 20 hour ILM (Institute of Leadership and Management) approved training course, ongoing reflective learning, cross organisational workshops and engagement in an online community. This all leads to a developing community of practice in relation to this highly co-productive strength based approach.
The training is offered in two ways. We have an annual open course that is usually held during October in North Wales; this is available to individuals from different organisations. Alternatively, if you have a number of people who would like to attend (min 8), we can provide the course at a venue local to you.
The process is highly cost effective and promotes the engagement of the workforce and other key stakeholders in a meaningful way. This engagement brings about culture change and joint ownership of any resultant action plans in order to ensure that the process of self reflection leads to tangible results.
The great thing about this programme is that it builds in sustainability and does not rely on the ongoing involvement of external experts or consultants. Change is driven from within.
STOP PRESS – Our last annual open AI Champions Programme took place in October 2017 in North Wales. The 2018 course will be held on 17-19th October in North Wales, for details please email or telephone Roger on 01824 790892.
To see feedback from recent participants on our courses click here.