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Appreciative Inquiry Based Guide
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Yes!3 is designed to help you
grow an appreciative culture
within your congregation by
helping parishioners create
a purpose centered life
in which they can say:
Yes! To God
Yes! To Their Neighbor
Yes! To Them Self
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Learn the Transformational Power of Using:
This program will teach you how to create goals,
discover resources, and resolve resistance.
No Foundations of Appreciative Coaching workshops are scheduled at this time.
Please see training schedule for a complete listing of all training programs.
This is the foundational program for the Certificate in Appreciative Coaching.
This five day program is also presented, and may be completed, in two 2.5 day parts as:
The only difference between the single and two part version is the sequencing of the information.
The content is the same in both formats.
In the five day foundations version coaching is introduced earlier in the content sequence.
Our Appreciative Coach training has several qualities that create a unique benefit to the trainees:
While primarily oriented toward clergy and those who work with clergy and church leaders, our Coaching Training is open to:
This program qualifies for 30 contact hours of continuing education credit.
The Foundations in Appreciative Coaching program is part of our Continuing Education for psychologists and counselors. See Continuing Education for details of our approval to sponsor continuing education events for psychologists and counselors.
To participate in our Appreciative Coach training programs participants must have:
Note: Work experience must be in a leadership capacity that is applicable to the work of clergy and others in leadership roles. In addition all candidates must be able to reflect theologically and psychologically on their life and work.
The workshop will typically be conducted in a retreat setting with:
In general the daily training schedule is:
Optional evening programs to focus on participant interests may also be organized.
Some variations in the daily schedule may occur depending on the training location.
The specific schedule will be included in your registration material.
The above schedule includes lunch for commuters. When residential accommodation is provided, residential participants will also be provided with Breakfast and Supper during the course of the week.
Attention is paid to managing personal energy during the training program while maximizing participants opportunities to learn. Because this training is intense we recommend people make appropriate travel plans and can begin the first days training rested so as to get the best possible return for your tuition expenses.
Early Bird 4 weeks before session:
Within 4 weeks of session:
Accommodation costs are extra and depend on the location.
See the training schedule for specific location and event costs
Rob Voyle is an ordained Episcopal priest, psychologist, and executive coach. He is the Director of the Clergy Leadership Institute. Rob was an original faculty member, and taught for five years at the College of Executive Coaching where he taught and coached hundreds of personal and executive coaches how to use appreciative inquiry as a basis for their coaching work.
Rob's training is full of heart, wit, and passion. E.R. Executive Coach
Rob's educational model brings body, mind and spirit together. I have been challenged intellectually, transformed spiritually, touched emotionally, gathering in communally. He came into my life at just the right time. Jean Holmes, Presbyterian Pastor