Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) March 21, 2014
Change agents interested in upping their games are invited to register for a one-day intensive workshop taking place Thursday, April 24.
Offered by Marilee Adams, PhD, the workshop is designed for those asking themselves these questions:
“Whether they’re working with individuals, teams or whole organizations, change agents must be able to envision, communicate, collaborate and sell change, while managing the frequent challenges that occur,” Adams said. “Being an effective change agent requires being a resilient change agent.”
The workshop will present Adams’ Question Thinking™ (QT) methods and tools for becoming more resilient, successful and satisfied with facilitating change. Besides being president of the Inquiry Institute, Adams is an adjunct professor of leadership at American University in the School of Public Affairs and the author of three books.
To offer some of the ideas she’ll be introducing at the April 24 workshop, Adams is offering a free webinar, Tuesday, March 25. Those interested in the free webinar may register here.
The in-person workshop is Thursday, April 24, at the Marriott Courtyard in Princeton, New Jersey and runs from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fee: $495.
Contact Kim Aubry at Kim(at)InquiryInstitute(dot)com or 800-250-7823; inquiryinstitute.com.
About the Presenter:
Marliee Adams, PhD, author of "Change Your Questions, Change Your Life: 10 Powerful Tools for Life and Work," "Teaching That Changes Lives: 12 Mindset Tools for Igniting the Love of Learning," as well as "The Art of the Question: A Guide to Short-Term Question-Centered Therapy."
Dr. Adams, president of the Inquiry Institute, facilitates workshops, programs and keynotes internationally for Fortune 100 companies, government agencies and non-profits. She is the originator of the breakthrough Question Thinking methodologies and is also an adjunct professor of leadership at American University in the School of Public Affairs. Her passion is teaching the thinking, questioning and communication skills that help people be more successful and satisfied, including when they are facilitating and engaging in change.