It is necessary to understand the current position of the organisation first in order to determine the potential course of action and future direction.
“Appreciative Inquiry” was pioneered by David Cooperrider in the mid 1980’s. This is often used in the context of problem solving and continuous improvement and represents a fantastic and versatile tool to use during team meetings, blue-sky discussions, training sessions etc.”
To understand ‘Appreciative Inquiry’ it is useful to look at the meaning of two words:
Are you responsible for managing any discipline and grievance issues which may arise within your organisation? Do you possess the correct skills and behaviours in order to manage the procedures correctly? Do you have the legal, technical and practical knowledge to achieve the best outcome both for the organisation and individual concerned?
It is fundamental not to wait until an incident occurs before you familiarise yourself with the procedures and frameworks necessary to deal with the difficulties affectively. Staff require clear guidelines in order to deal with discipline and grievance with confidence and professionalism. Our Managing Discipline and Grievance training provides participants with alll the necessary information. Read the rest of this entry »