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RHP 8 & 17 Joint Learning Collaborative Event Lunch and Learn Presentation: Appreciative Inquiry Presenter: Gina Lawson, RHP 8 Program Assistant Tuesday, September 23, 2014 12:00 1:00 p.m. 1 Overview Introductions

Presentation Outline Learning Objectives: Describe Key Concepts of Appreciative Inquiry (AI) Identify AI resources Quality Improvement and Assurance Overview Appreciative Inquiry Overview Resources/Examples Q&A 2 Do you want to help your DSRIP team(s)

Create an engaging and exciting collective vision? Enhance the sense of community and creativity? Build upon leadership skills and train future leaders? Open the lines of communication and collaboration between staff, patients and stakeholders?

Work toward sustainability? Appreciative Inquiry (AI) applications and resources can help you and your organization accomplish these goals and much more. 3 Relationship between AI, QA & QI Quality Assurance (QA) finds problems in performance. Quality Improvement (QI) fixes problems in performance.

Courtesy of Hunter Gatewood, Improvement Advisor, Signal Key Consulting Signal Key Consulting 4 What is Appreciative Inquiry? AI is an approach for engaging staff at all levels to produce effective, positive change as a continuous quality improvement (CQI) tool. AI begins by identifying what is positive and connecting it in ways that heighten energy, vision, and action for change. Cooperrider, David L., Diana Whitney, and Jacqueline M. Stavros. Appreciative Inquiry

Handbook - For Leaders of Change. 2nd ed. Brunswick: Crown Custom, 2008. Print. 5 What is a Positive Core? Positive Core 6 Traditional Problem Solving vs. AI Discover y Dream

Design Destiny Figure 1.2 - Cooperrider, David L., Diana Whitney, and Jacqueline M. Stavros. Appreciative Inquiry Handbook - For Leaders of Change. 2nd ed. Brunswick: Crown Custom, 2008. Print. 7 Overview of AI 4-D Cycle Figure 1.1 - Cooperrider, David L., Diana Whitney, and Jacqueline M. Stavros. Appreciative Inquiry Handbook - For Leaders of Change. 2nd ed. Brunswick: Crown Custom, 2008. Print.

8 Affirmative Topic Choices Stated in the positive Objectives staff want to accomplish and learn more about 9

AI helps teams operate at their best by focusing on its positive core and using positive dialogue. Which team would you like to be on? A or B 10 AI Foundational Questions Interviewing Process 1. What would you describe as being a peak experience or

high point in your life-personal or professional? 2. What do you value most about yourself? Your work? Your organization? 3. What is the core factor that gives life to your organization? 4. Describe your vision of the future for the organization and your world. Cooperrider, David L., Diana Whitney, and Jacqueline M. Stavros. Appreciative Inquiry Handbook - For Leaders of Change. 2nd ed. Brunswick: Crown Custom, 2008. Print. 11 Managing Change NOVELTY Managing: Curiosity, Dreams &

Changing the Process A Healthy Organizatio n CONTINUITY Managing: Core Values, Strengths, Minimal Disruption TRANSITION Managing: Next Steps, Feedback, Celebrating Progress Cooperrider, David L., Diana Whitney, and Jacqueline M. Stavros. Appreciative Inquiry

Handbook - For Leaders of Change. 2nd ed. Brunswick: Crown Custom, 2008. Print. 12 Example: Getting Started Worksheet 1. Our organization will use AI because we want to ______________ in order to ______________. 2. Who will lead this AI initiative? 3. What is the time frame for the effort? 4. How many people and who will be involve? 5. How will we select the affirmative topics for the inquiry? 6. How many interviews will we conduct and who will conduct them? Other questions included on worksheet. Cooperrider, David L., Diana Whitney, and Jacqueline M. Stavros. Appreciative Inquiry Handbook - For Leaders of Change.

2nd ed. Brunswick: Crown Custom, 2008. Print. 13 Where Can I Apply AI? Staff/ Management Training & Development Customer Satisfaction Team Development

Strategic Planning Work Process Redesign Table 7.1 - Cooperrider, David L., Diana Whitney, and Jacqueline M. Stavros. Appreciative Inquiry Handbook - For Leaders of Change. 2nd ed. Brunswick: Crown Custom, 2008. Print. 14 Example 1: Starting a New Partnership 1. Reflecting on your experience, describe a

time when you partnered with one or more people to complete a project. What are some principles or values that made the experience a positive and productive one? What contributions made you most proud of and satisfied with the partnership. Adapted by Cardea Services with permission from Miller, Carolyn J., and Cristina R. Aguilar. The Nonprofits Guide to the Power of Appreciative Inquiry. Denver: Community Development Institute, 2004. Print. 15 Example 2: Starting a New Partnership

2. Describe a time when your organization partnered with another agency to enhance services for the community you serve. What was the purpose of the project? Who were the other agencies involved? Who benefitted from the partnership? What made the partnership and project successful? What strategies did the partners use to create unity, shared understanding and common purpose? Adapted by Cardea Services with permission from Miller, Carolyn J., and Cristina R. Aguilar. The Nonprofits Guide to the Power of Appreciative Inquiry. Denver: Community Development Institute, 2004. Print. 16

Example 3: Starting a New Partnership 3. Dream into the futureThree years from now your organizations have successfully partnered to enhance your services. What are the issues that have improved as a result of the partnership? In a speech talking about this collaboration, identify three underlying principles that enabled each partner to feel it shared in a win-win partnership. Adapted by Cardea Services with permission from Miller, Carolyn J., and Cristina R. Aguilar. The Nonprofits Guide to the Power of Appreciative Inquiry. Denver: Community Development Institute, 2004. Print. 17

Who uses AI? United Nations Cooperrider, David L., Diana Whitney, and Jacqueline M. Stavros. Appreciative Inquiry Handbook - For Leaders of Change. 2nd ed. Brunswick: Crown Custom, 2008. Print. 18 References, Resources and Links Cooperrider, David L., Diana Whitney, and Jacqueline M. Stavros. Appreciative Inquiry Handbook - For Leaders of Change. 2nd ed. Brunswick: Crown Custom, 2008. Print. Miller, Carolyn J., and Cristina R. Aguilar. The Nonprofits

Guide to the Power of Appreciative Inquiry. Denver: Community Development Institute, 2004. Print. Appreciative Inquiry Commons: Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management Appreciative Inquiry at Case Western University AI in the Health Care Sector Appreciative Inquiry in Health Care at Case Western 19 Case Study

Building Capacity for Better Work and Better Care: Pennsylvania Community Hospitals and Medical Centers Cooperrider, David L., Diana Whitney, and Jacqueline M. Stavros. Appreciative Inquiry Handbook - For Leaders of Change. 2nd ed. Brunswick: Crown Custom, 2008. Print. 20 Question and Answer Gina Lawson RHP 8 Program Assistant [email protected] 512-341-4975

Continue to seek ways to gain a deeper understanding of those things that give life to an organization and its people. Excerpt from Hunter Douglas Window Fashions Division AI result outcome. Cooperrider, David L., Diana Whitney, and Jacqueline M. Stavros. Appreciative Inquiry Handbook - For Leaders of Change. 2nd ed. Brunswick: Crown Custom, 2008. Print. 21

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