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Training: Enhancing Public Participation through Appreciative Inquiry

Update 2010/10/14: The PDF flyer is now available for download.

The Intermountain Chapter of IAP2 invites participants from across the US to attend the upcoming training to be held in Salt Lake City, Utah on November 4-5, 2010.

Enhancing Public Participation through Appreciative Inquiry

From the training description:

Expand your public participation toolkit by learning how to use Appreciative Inquiry to make public participation more powerful and sustainable. Learn how communities and organizations have used Appreciative Inquiry to foster higher levels of engagement, create new and lasting relationships, bring people together around shared images of the future, inspire creative strategic thinking and produce collaborative action. Explore how you can enhance your work using this award-winning process.

The Corporation for Positive Change is pleased to offer this new 2-day workshop tailored for International Association for Public Participation. Participants will experience new or renewed energy and discover what gives life to public participation at its best while at the same time experiencing a mini-Appreciative Inquiry process.

The training will be led by Corporation for Positive Change Consulting Partner Barbara Lewis and Certificate Program Member Max Hardy, who are both delighted to co-teach this fun and valuable new training for IAP2 members.

For more information about the training and to register, go to www.iap2.eventbrite.com.

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