Date: March 26 and 27, 2010
Venue: William Penn House
515 East Capitol St., SE, Washington, DC 20003
A 2-day workshop for individuals, groups, and group leaders to gain a fresh perspective to an old idea.
This workshop is ideal for people in position of leadership, and for groups with projects or tasks that call for creative and innovative approaches. Teachers, community organizers, and people looking to build bridges for positive social change will all benefit from this workshop.
It is an opportunity to learn how to find common ground in a divisive world, turn dialog into action, and turn economic challenges into opportunities.
Sometimes simply finding the right question keeps people engaged, so we can find common ground, build community, and bring change to the world. Appreciative Inquiry is a proven method for effectively doing this in the corporate, community and non-profit world.
Workshop Facilitators Marge Schiller and Joyce Lemke have worked with a variety of groups from schools to social service and advocacy groups to business leaders. Marge is the founder and President of The Positive Change Core, and Joyce is an active member. They have national and internation experience supporting education and youth communities with Strength-Based whole system approaches.
($100/person for groups of 4 or more*)
$75 for students
Lunch is provided
Lodging is available
*groups of 4 or more from same organization/project
For questions, or to register:
Contact Brad Ogilvie