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Appreciative Inquiry Champions Programme x2 during October

Roger delivered two AICP courses during October, one open course and one for a local authority in North Wales. The open course included some fantastic people from all over the UK including Scotland, Republic of Ireland, England and Wales. This is the second of the annual open courses in response to growing demand over the past

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Older Person’s Commissioner and Powys Carers Magic Moments workshop

In September 2016 family carers, residential home staff, commissioners, social workers, CSSIW and others came together for a one day seminar to explore how to create those magic moments that make life great for residents. Building positive experiences for everyone living, working and visiting care homes. Roger Rowett from Taith facilitated the event and using an Appreciative

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Roger Rowett’s interview with Animas Coaching

In August 2016 Roger had the privilege of being interviewed by Nick Bolton of Animas Coaching about his book – ‘Zen and the Art of Appreciative Inquiry’. To hear the full interview click here.

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Appreciative Inquiry workshops at the 2016 Academi Wales Summer School

Over 200 leaders and managers from all over Wales once again attended the amazing Academi Wales Summer School at Lampeter University (search Twitter #PublicServiceWales). Top class speakers from around the world attended the event that focused on Leading with Purpose, Passion and Perseverance. Roger Rowett delivered 6 Appreciative Inquiry workshops over three days, focusing on

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Scottish Social Services Council promotes integration through Appreciative Inquiry

The Scottish Social Services Council are working in partnership with NHS Education for Scotland (NES) to deliver the Workforce for Integration Project. This project supports integrated health and social care authorities achieve the Scottish Government’s National Health and Wellbeing Outcomes. One of their four themes commits them to promoting workforce involvement in service improvement using an

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Facilitating meaningful dialogue around diverse kinds of knowledge

This event brought together a diverse group of people from around the UK to discuss a range of approaches to facilitating meaningful dialogue around diverse kinds of knowledge. Eight people from Wales (pictured above) attended the event which was jointly organised by Nick Andrews from Swansea University.It took place on Monday 21 March 2016 at

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