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Appreciative Inquiry in one sentence

Appreciating People runs an Appreciative Inquiry (AI) training programme, which includes a three-day Deepening your AI practice course. The programme is an opportunity to explore and build your appreciative muscle and mind set, whether as a practitioner of AI or as a newcomer. AI is currently used by a range of organisations, varying from community

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Appreciative Inquiry training for care homes

AP co-director Suzanne Quinney spent much of the end of 2017 training care home staff in the West Midlands. ‘Some of the staff that I trained as part of the WMAHSN (West Midlands Academic Health Science Network) programme to support Learning from Excellence were also working with care home staff,’ she says. ‘Having experienced AI

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Appreciating People’s work with Academic Health Science Networks and hospitals

Over the last two years we’ve felt very privileged to collaborate with a number of AHSNs (Academic Health Science Networks), and to provide training for them. AHSNs are membership organisations within the NHS in England – they were created in May 2013, with the aim of bringing together health services, and academic and industry members. They’re

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AP launches new AI guide for practitioners

Reflections is Appreciating People’s latest publication, a workbook and practical resource. It’s a combination of appreciative journaling, a gratitude diary and skills and techniques to develop your Appreciative Inquiry practice. Developed as a result of Appreciating People’s recent work – particularly on the award-winning Learning from Excellence programme, it is a powerful tool for developing

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