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Appreciative Advising 101 - NACADA Region 8 2014

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Transcript of Appreciative Advising 101 - NACADA Region 8 2014

Presented by: Allison Todd, Oregon State University
Bernard Ryu, Simon Fraser University

Learning Outcomes
Today we'd like to...
1. Introduce you to Appreciative Advising
2. Explain the six stages of appreciative advising
3. Explain how to use each stage in your advising sessions
At the end of this session...
1. Have a working understanding of how Appreciative Advising works
2. Takeaway ideas to implement Appreciative Advising into your practice
6 stages of Appreciative Advising
Plan of action.
Ask open ended questions.

In an ideal world...

Getting it done!
(with help)

Setting the bar.
It's all about first impressions!
Disarm
First impressions
Create a safe and welcoming environment
Creating trust
Laying the foundations for the next stages
Discover
Effective Open Ended Questions
Active Listening
Strength Based Story Reconstruction
Come up with a Positive Spin!
Things to keep in mind...
Its not about you!
Watch your tone!
Cultural differences
Enjoy the silence
Making eye contact
"Thinkers" vs "Talkers"
Be Patient!
Dream
Help students think of their dreams
Develop it to life/career goals
Create powerful images
Parallel plans
Tips and Pre-requisites...
Dream phase relies heavily on the Disarm phase
Sharing one's dream is a very personal experience, important to be sensitive and open minded
Nudging students to push a bit harder and reach a bit further is important here
Don't be afraid to sow the seeds and move on (why? questions)
Combine Discover and Dream to go to the next phase!
Design
Concrete
Incremental
Achievable goals
Pros / Cons
ECON?
Engineering?
Other...
"I advise... You decide!"
Deliver
Energizing students to be their best
Academic hope
Ending the conversation well
Follow up
Don't Settle
Raise the bar!
Challenge vs Growth vs Support
Inspire
Appreciative Advising 101
References
Office Space Self-Check
If you were a student would you want to be in your office?
NACADA Research States...
“The physical location and décor of advising space send a message about the institutional role and mission of academic advising to students and parents before they ever meet with an advisor” (Folsom, 2011).

NACADA Research States...
Positive spaces encourages
- Exploration
- Collaboration
- Discussion
Negative spaces can carry an unspoken message of silence and disconnectedness (Eckerty, 2010).

Rate Your Office Space
- Does your space include any personal artifacts?
- Does your space reflect campus culture?
- Does your space reflect your commitment to your profession?
- Does your space build rapport with students?

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Is it the students dream or the parents dream?
Important to consider...
Bloom, J., Hutson, B, & He, Y. (2008). The Appreciative Advising Revolution. Champaign, IL: Stipes Publishing L.L.C
Chickering, A. W. (1994). Empowering lifelong self-development. NACADA Journal, 14 (2), 50-53.

Questions?

Chickering's Advising Definition

“The fundamental purpose of academic advising is to help students become effective agents for their own lifelong learning and personal development. Our relationships with students – the questions we raise, the perspectives we share, the resources we suggest, the short-term decisions and long-range plans we help them think through – all should aim to increase their capacity to take change of their own existence.”

(Chickering, 1994)


What is Appreciative Advising?

“Appreciative Advising is the intentional collaborative practice of asking positive, open-ended questions that help students optimize their educational experiences and achieve their dreams, goals, and potential.”


Appreciative Advising

“High impact advisors realize that the positive outcomes of advising sessions are not just limited to students; in fact, the real joy of advising occurs when advisors understand how fulfilling it is to really impact other peoples’ lives and how much they can learn from their advisees.”

-Jennifer Bloom

Why, Appreciative Advising?

“How can I use the Appreciative Advising model to support and challenge my colleagues to embrace the revolution?”

( p. 143)

Pros / Cons
Pros / Cons
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6
2
1
Don't forget to "reset"
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