Appreciative Inquiry - the Alternative to Problem Solving
|Event:||Appreciative Inquiry - the Alternative to Problem Solving|
Speaker: Barbara Chidgey, Learning Pathways
18:00 Registration & Refreshments
Culturally we tend to look for problems that we need to solve and to do surveys and performance reviews to assess what is wrong with an employee, a team or an organisation and then de-motivate by zooming in on the problems.
Barbara, Learning Pathways Cymru Ltd, has an Ashridge Business School Masters Degree in Executive Coaching, and works with individuals and teams to assist them to develop their leadership skills and behaviours in the context of the workplace. She utilises a variety of different conversational techniques i.e. coaching, facilitation, Action Learning Set facilitation, presentations etc. She firmly believes that for leaders one of the most important things they do is to have conversations with others, since it is within conversations that others can express their views, debate issues, become really engaged with the bigger picture and hence real change happens. However leaders also need to be aware and skilled at holding the right kind of conversation at the right time with the right people – so providing that insight and understanding and skills to do this is a critical element of the leadership work Barbara does with others.
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|Date:||12 May 2014|
|Duration:||18:00 Reg. 18:30-20:30 Presentation|
|Venue:||OpTic Technium, Glyndwr University, Ffordd William Morgan, St Asaph Business Park, St Asaph, LL17 0JD|
|Type of Event:||Members' Networking Event|
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