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Taos Institute Announces Workshop Line Up

This Spring the Taos Institute is offering a full array of Appreciative Inquiry workshops. The workshop offerings are sponsored by our board members, the advisory board members and our associates and reflect their interests, practices and gifts. All workshop content is in alignment with social construction ideas and is grounded in its theory and practices. Register through the workshop presenters. To see a full listing, descriptions and registration information visit: www.taosinstitute.net. To see a list of the workshops, click on the link below.

March 27-30
Appreciative Inquiry Foundations Workshop: Igniting and Sustaining Positive Change in Organizations and Communities with Joanne Daykin and Catherine McKenna in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

April 3-6
Appreciative Inquiry Summit with Jim Ludema and Mike Mantel in Chicago, IL

May 8-11
Appreciative Leadership Development Program with Diana Whitney and Jim Ludema in Atlanta, GA

May 9
Becoming a Narrative Practitioner: Introduction: Living Stories (one day) with Madelyn Blair and Paul Costello in Washington DC

May 10-11
Becoming a Narrative Practitioner: Exploring the Story: Narrative Techniques to Enhance Appreciative Inquiry (two days) with Madelyn Blair and Paul Costello in Washington DC

May 17
Appreciative Inquiry for Positive Change: An Introduction with Bernard J Mohr and Kees Ahaus in Amsterdam, The Netherlands

May 24-28
Focus on Relationship: Living the Appreciative Life Creating Appreciative Environments for Your Relationship with Jane Watkins and Ralph Kelly in Beaufort County, North Carolina

June 6-9
Appreciative Inquiry: A Workshop for Leaders and Consultants Engaged in Organization Transformation with Frank Barrett and David Cooperrider in Carmel, CA

June 13-16
Being AI: A Spiritual Retreat for Change Agents with Diana Whitney in Taos, NM

June 14-16
The Advanced AI Practitioner Clinic with Bernard Mohr and Jen Hetzel Silbert in Portland, Oregon

June 19-22
Foundations and Practice of Appreciative Inquiry with Bernard Mohr and Jen Hetzel Silbert in Portland, Oregon

June 17-23
Harlene Anderson’s Annual INTERNATIONAL SUMMER INSTITUTE: Adventures in Collaborative Practices: Therapy, Training, Research and Organizational Consultation Across Cultures with Harlene Anderson in Playa del Carmen, Mexico,

Amy Lang
Amy Lang is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions at the University of British Columbia. She wrote her dissertation on British Columbia’s groundbreaking Citizens’ Assembly process, and is currently doing follow-up research on the Ontario Citizens’ Assembly.

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