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16 December 2009
Cocreate the future of European network meetings and participate in the survey
As you know, the European network around Appreciative Inquiry and Strength-based Change has organised 8 European meetings over the last years.
For the next two years four meetings have been planned. The next meeting takes place
April 9 & 10, 2010 in Slovenia, at the IEDC Bled School on Management [CLICK HERE]
As the network is all about connecting, combining and (co-) creating, we would value your input to design the next meeting(s).
For that reason we would like to ask you to
follow this link and participate in the survey HERE.
It does not matter if you are sure or not sure if you are coming to the 9th network meeting, we value all of your ideas.
Based on the information that you will provide us, we will prepare an agenda for the next meeting, post it on the networkplace.eu site and send out invitations for the Bled, Slovenia networkmeeting in the first half of January.
Thank you very much,
The planning team of the Bled meeting,
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