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Nonprofit Basics Series: Appreciative Inquiry Approach to Strategic Planning

February 2: 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm CST

Registration info

This event has passed, but you can find the recordings and handouts in our Product Library.

Session Description:

In two interactive sessions, participants will learn about an Appreciative Inquiry Approach to Strategic Planning; how to identify the strengths of their organization and how to apply Appreciative Inquiry tools and techniques to develop short term strategic plans.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the basics and benefits of Appreciative Inquiry
  • Come away with specific action plans that will help their organizations build capacity and sustainability.
  • Define purpose and map strengths
  • Share strengths, define values and guiding principles
  • Identify opportunity areas
  • Construct an action plan

Facilitators: Gene Conroy & Emily Ribblett of Georgia Council for Recovery


  • February 2nd
  • February 16th

Register once to attend both sessions.


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