Cultivating a Culture of “Performance Acceleration” through Appreciative Inquiry
How might we cultivate a culture of “performance acceleration” within our organizations? In this experiential virtual workshop, we will dive into this question and explore how the principles of Appreciative Inquiry can be used as a framework for creating a culture that invites continuous performance acceleration, even in our increasingly disrupted workplaces. We will lift up your own inspirational practices as well as co-create new ones together. Come ready to share, learn, and generate with others!
- Describe the appreciative concept of ‘performance acceleration’ compared to the deficit-based practices often inherent in traditional performance review processes.
- Examine personal ‘best practices’ for helping others accelerate their performance.
- Illustrate how the principles of Appreciative Inquiry can be used as a framework for creating a culture that invites continuous performance acceleration.
- Provide practical examples for how to enhance a culture of performance acceleration in any organization.
About our Speaker:
Lindsey Godwin, Ph.D.
A professor, practitioner, and possibilitizer, Dr. Lindsey Godwin has a passion for helping individuals and organizations leverage their potential through strength-based change. She has a master’s degree in conflict resolution from the Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution George Mason University, and a PhD in Organizational Behavior from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University, where she studied with the founding thought leaders in Appreciative Inquiry. She currently holds the Robert P. Stiller Endowed Chair of Management in the Stiller School of Business at Champlain College (Vermont, USA), where she serves as the Academic Director of the David L. Cooperrider Center for Appreciative Inquiry (AI). A sought-after international speaker, consultant, and facilitator, Lindsey has worked with organizations across the globe and her work has been published in a variety of journals and books and presented at conferences around the world. You can find out more about Lindsey’s work at lindseygodwin.com
This program has been submitted for certification credit hours.
$0.00 VTHRA Member Ticket
$0.00 GMHRA or RVHRA Member
$25.00 Non-VTHRA Member