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5 year plan to change the way Civil Service works using Appreciative Inquiry

Officials in government’s Strategic Reforms Implementation Unit have announced the development of a five-year strategic plan commissioned by the deputy governor which they say will change or “reimagine” the way the civil service operates “There will be extensive consultations, using innovative approaches, which will focus our civil servants and customers on identifying ‘what works’ when

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Taith sponsors Association for Business Psychology

Taith was one of the Sponsors for this year’s ABP annual conference in Reading. Roger Rowett talked to people about the benefits of Appreciative Inquiry as an organisational development tool and even got some endorsement for his book from Artie!

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Appreciative Inquiry Champions Programme Oct 2015

Appreciative Inquiry Champions training – Class of 2015

Fourteen people attended our ILM approved Appreciative Inquiry Champions Programme in St Asaph, North Wales. Participants were from a range of backgrounds within health and social care. We explored the theory and practice of AI, together with taking participants through the 5D process. On the last day everyone had the opportunity to practice a presentation

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New Academi Wales Sowing Seeds publication on Appreciative Inquiry

Academi Wales has updated its Sowing Seeds publication on Appreciative Inquiry – written by Roger Rowett from Taith. This revised edition includes a number of case studies from Wales. The publication is available as a Pdf and is free of charge by clicking here.

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Love Grangetown – an Appreciative Inquiry

On Saturday 9th May residents from the Grangetown area of Cardiff came together to celebrate what was great about their community and to agree how it could be even better. The event was the culmination of a Cardiff University Community Gateway Project called ‘Love Grangetown’ led by Rosie Cripps, Community Gateway Project Manager. Rosie and her

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Taith’s work with Prospects for Young People highlighted in report

Taith’s work with Prospects for Young People is one of 7 case studies in a new report by The Health Foundation. Taith worked with Prospects over a 12 month period in order to introduce Person Centred Planning (PCP) into all their children’s homes. A unique part of this training was the introduction of Appreciative Inquiry

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