At our Second Appreciative Inquiry Summit in October of 2016, we named several strategic priorities on which we can focus our energies over the next five years.
What is Appreciative Inquiry?
At our second Appreciative Inquiry Summit in October of 2016, we name several strategic priorities on which we can focus our energies over the next five years. “At its heart, AI is about the search for the best in people, their organizations, and the strengths-filled, opportunity-rich world around them. AI is not so much a shift in the methods and models of organizational change, but AI is a fundamental shift in the overall perspective taken throughout the entire change process to ‘see’ the wholeness of the human system and to “inquire” into that system’s strengths, possibilities, and successes. ”
– Excerpt from: Stavros, Jacqueline, Godwin, Lindsey, & Cooperrider, David. (2015). Appreciative Inquiry: Organization Development and the Strengths Revolution. In Practicing Organization Development: A guide to leading change and transformation (4th Edition), William Rothwell, Roland Sullivan, and Jacqueline Stavros (Eds). Wiley
Green Timbers Covenant Church will commit to learning how to communicate effectively and sensitively in our diverse world in a manner that will share the Good News of Jesus Christ
Green Timbers Covenant Church will provide an environment that nurtures children and youth into strong Christian leaders in our church and community
Green Timbers Covenant Church will create a multipurpose, welcoming and updated, accessible physical (internal & external) space which is aesthetically appealing
Green Timbers Covenant Church will intentionally encourage, empower, and equip people of all ages, ethnicity and gender to become ministers and leaders