The facilitation of relationship centred practice and appreciative inquiry

Facilitation for developing effective relationship-centred practice

Excited to be co-facilitating this course again in March and April 2017.

University of the West of Scotland, Hamilton Campus
30-31 March and 27 April 2017

This course is for people who wish to develop more facilitative leadership practices for themselves and within their wider organisations.

Likely to be particularly useful for action researchers and practice developers, it is also suitable for people working with complex change and organisational development in private and public sector services, such as NHS health and social care professionals, as well as teachers and academics engaged in facilitation of learning with student groups, people working in community development and the voluntary sector.

If you are interested in how to lead and support change with colleagues and teams, do consider coming along.

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