Dutch Vaccination Summit: from Action Plan to Vaccion Plan. On behalf of the City Council of The Hague (Netherlands), I felt honoured to design and facilitate a very special and most important Appreciative Inquiry summit. The aspiration was to increase the percentage of children being vaccinated for general diseases sustainably above the level of 95%. (For various reasons parents have doubts or decide not to vaccinate, but a general level below 95% includes risks for the bigger community not only your own child.) The Appreciative Inquiry summit welcomed civil servants, community workers. medical specialists and even active parents to join a two day event along the phases Discovery (what was succesful to reach the present level?), Dream (how does it look like when vaccination is no issue – or even not necessary – anymore?), Design (what are the best opportunities for constructive action?) and Deliver (what will be realized by the end of the year and who commits to that task?). According to senior city leaders and responsable politicians, the outcomes of the “Vacci-summit” were fruitful, and they decided to include them in their short term plans. All participants agreed that focusing on the deficits doesn’t help further; the strength based Appreciative Inquiry approach turned Action plans into “Vaccion” plans! Click this link to watch a brief video impression, published by The Hague City Council. P.S.: Since 2011, Cees Hoogendijk, cocreador of Instituto IDeIA, facilitates in-company Appreciative Inquiry training within the organization of The Hague City Council (9000 employees). As part of this training – also covering the principles, the art of generative conversation, and ‘being appreciative’ – the students find an opportunity to experience a real life summit. This Vacci-summit has been an extraordinary learning experience for them. P.P.S.: If you – both as an employee, or as training or HR manager – are interested in the valuable contribution of an in-company AI program in your organization, please contact (for English) email@example.com or (Spanish) firstname.lastname@example.org.