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Seven Models for applying Inquiry for Organisational change

Mc Grath,HL 2014, Seven Models for applying Inquiry for Organisational change, in Fourth Australian Positive Psychology & Well-being Conference, The University of Melbourne,.

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Title Seven Models for applying Inquiry for Organisational change
Author(s) Mc Grath,HL
Conference name Fourth Australian Positive Psychology & Well-being Conference. Developing a Sustained Impact
Conference location Melbourne, Vic
Conference dates 2014/2/7 - 2014/2/9
Title of proceedings Fourth Australian Positive Psychology & Well-being Conference
Publication date 2014
Publisher The University of Melbourne
Summary Appreciative inquiry is a collaborative and positive approach to change developed by David Cooperrider. The approach is built on the assumption that every organisation has a 'positive core' that has contributed to its previous successes as well as its current strengths, potentials and assets. This presentation outlines how members of an organisation, such as a school community, can be involved, through collaborative storytelling and analysis, to identify their institution's positive core; a process that enhances every participants' energy, vision and actions for change. The steps will demonstrate how appreciative inquiry can be a practical leadership tool for change with a range of purposes. This presentation provides seven innovative ways that appreciativeinquiry can be applied and an Al template for use in diverse organisational settings.
Field of Research 130313 Teacher Education and Professional Development of Educators
Socio Economic Objective 930202 Teacher and Instructor Development
HERDC Research category L3 Extract of paper (minor conferences)
Copyright notice ©2014, The University of Melbourne
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30073336

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: School of Education
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