Appreciative Inquiry is an approach to planning and positive change that has been used successfully in colleges, communities and organizations all around the world. It is broad-based, highly participative, and energizing. It builds new skills in faculty and staff, develops new leaders, encourages a culture of inquiry, and helps create shared vision and purpose for your college by building on your core values and strengths. Perhaps most importantly-it leads to action, commitment, and results.
College presidents, executive teams, planning committees, and Ai Consultants who work with colleges and other public agencies.
Developing Your College’s Next Strategic Plan with Appreciative Inquiry will provide college executives, executive teams, and planning committees an overview of how Appreciative Inquiry works and answer key questions:
- How is Appreciative Inquiry different from other planning processes?
- What resources does planning with Appreciative Inquiry require?
- Who gets involved and how?
- How long does it take?
- What is an Appreciative Inquiry “Summit” and how does my college host one?
- What does a strategic plan developed through Appreciative Inquiry look like?
|Duration: Approximately 1 Hour|
|Price: $9.99 USD (for webinar recording only)||[paid-downloads id=”3″]|
Your facilitator, Dr. Lane Glenn, is the Vice-President of Academic Affairs for a community college in New England and an accomplished Appreciative Inquiry facilitator. He has worked with several colleges and universities to develop strategic plans using Appreciative Inquiry, and he has provided consulting and training services for organizations in many fields, including K-12 public schools, community non-profit organizations, social service agencies, biotechnology manufacturing, public health, and national grass roots advocacy. He has an enthusiastic and engaging presentation style and encourages interaction in webinars.