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Roger Rowett presents Webinar on AI at Social Work Processes UK

Roger was asked to deliver a Webinar presentation on Appreciative Enquiry to members of UK Social Work Processes (www.socialworkprocesses.co.uk). The presentation was really well received with lots of questions after the event. A number of social workers had a particular interest in the connections with Carl Rogers’ work and his concept of ‘unconditional positive regard’.

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Using Appreciative Inquiry to develop a Dementia Care Pathway

At the end of July 2014 Roger Rowett worked with Sean Page from Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) to develop a Dementia Care Pathway for people using their in-house services. This 2 day workshop involved all grades of staff in exploring what was working well within the service and their aspirations for the future.

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Northamptonshire Appreciative Inquiry Champions Programme

Taith delivered the first of an exciting new ILM approved Appreciative Inquiry Champions Programme to Northamptonshire County Council at the end of May. The programme was commissioned by LGSS (one of the largest public sector shared services ventures of its kind in the UK) in order to support Northants commitment to the AI process. The

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Wales Coproduction Implementation Group

Roger Rowett attended the recent (29/1/14) Coproduction Implementation Group meeting in Cardiff led by the CMO Ruth Hussey. This was an exciting day that explored how the principles of Coproduction could be developed and extended with Health (and beyond). Ruth started by asking why this workshop about co-production was taking place. It is partly because

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Appreciative Inquiry Champions Programme

Taith Launches a unique Appreciative Inquiry Champions Programme. This involves organisations in developing a Community of Practice in order to upskill their workforce and drive change and improvement from within. Click here for more information.

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Taith Appreciative Inquiry Training

December 2013 Cardiff – Two day Appreciative Inquiry Training commissioned by Public Health Wales involving staff from Health, Social Services and the voluntary sector. An exciting two days where people explored the principles behind AI and co-produced a topic to explore through the 5D Model. Lots of ideas about how to work in collaborative ways

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