Organizational Development: Appreciative Inquiry
The modern unpredictable business environment, has placed organizations into a position of incorporating a problem-solving approach that most commonly aims to detect the aspects which are not working, and aiming to improve them, though focusing on the root cause of the problems is not always the preferred approach for organizational development. In this course you will learn about the theoretical and practical implications related to appreciative inquiry model, how to improve the individual perception, and to elevate the performance of the workforce.
- Understand the fundamental aspects that associated with the Appreciative Inquiry model
- Comprehend the most renowned practices and strategies of inspiring positive thinking and avoiding negative judgements
- Incorporate the industrial knowledge and theories of defining an organizational approach for encouraging others to think positively
- Develop appropriate organizational principles that respond to creating a positive perception from both an internal and external point of view
About this course
Developing positive thinking approaches for the organizational culture, can have numerous positive effects that affect both the workforce as well as the organization as a whole. Organizations operate with the challenge of achieving the objectives and desired results, as well as to establish a right balance between managing the workforce and encouraging personal growth and development, for the overall benefit of the organization.
This course is developed to provide a theoretical and practical understanding of the positive aspects which are associated with Appreciative Inquiry as an organizational development approach, that can positively influence the perception of the workforce about the organization, as well as the manner in which the organization deals with different kinds of scenarios. Furthermore, this course aims to support you in the process of gaining the necessary knowledge so that you can utilize the best practices of incorporating the Appreciative Inquiry approach for improving the job performance, and the perception of the workforce for the organization.