Appreciative Inquiries of the 3.0 Kind: How do we connect, share and co-create for tomorrow’s human wholeness?

Appreciative Inquiries of the 3.0 Kind: How do we connect, share and co-create for tomorrow's human wholeness?

Appreciative Inquiries of the 3.0 Kind: How do we connect, share and co-create for tomorrow's human wholeness?
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Non-profit or social profit? Deadline or birthline?Appreciative Inquiry addresses a human art, involving conversational craftsmanship. It takes specific, carefully chosen words, questions, gestures and of course deep listening to help conversations being generative, appreciative and empowering. The good news is that the instrument called language is in reach of everybody on our planet. Imagine everyone would encounter his or her fellow citizen ‘the AI way’… together building the sharing Society 3.0.“What started out as an editing assignment swiftly became a personal discovery into Appreciative Inquiry, a term I now frequently elicit in my own vocabulary. From the first concept of communication starting ‘between the noses’ to Society 3.0; you are taken on a journey incorporating music, business communication, art, corporate strategies, Buddhist gestures, commercial synergy, poetry and interviews. My editing deadlines soon became editing ‘birthlines’ as I spent hours discussing and challenging those around me to immerse themselves in the ideas that are so presented in this book. Appreciative Inquiry has no limitations in where it can be used or by whom. All that is now left is to discover, dream, design and allow yourself to have Appreciative Inquiry delivered to you.”~ La’eeqa Kajee, editor“Appreciative Inquiries of the 3.0 kind is a courageous step in what I believe to be the “new frontiers” of Appreciative Inquiry, simply known to us in the community as AI. I say this because as the ideas of AI begin to spread, and as practitioners and academics weave these ideas into their daily lives, we are seeing the challenge to take this life-giving approach into the very heart of ordinary life. It is therefore with pleasure that we receive this edition as a special gift to our 2015 global gathering in South Africa, a place where AI resonates deeply with our history and can continue to give life to our future. This book is for anyone who desires to create a life worthy of our highest aspirations as a species, now, today and every day. Enjoy the read, it will change your life if you try this at home!”~ Revd. Dr. Anastasia M Bukashe, Conference Chairwoman 2015 World AI Conference South Africa240 Pages. Size 17 x 24 cm. Paperback. Containing 100+ ‘appreciative inquiries’. Asking more than 300 appreciative questions to the reader. Covering twelve book sections: 1. Welcome2. Before the Beginning Starts to Begin3. Sources behind Appreciative Inquiry4. Social Constructionism5. Who am I to Appreciate6. My Next AI Summit7. Appreciate Your Self8. The Art of Inquiry9. CFO in Appreciation10. Encountering Complexity11. Further Reading12. Appendix: Has Presencing a Futur?Please be informed that 50% of the book income will be reserved for projects supported by Society 3.0 Foundation.

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The Center for Appreciative Inquiry uses Ai as our "engine" for driving positive change. We work with schools, colleges/universities, gov't agencies, businesses, and NGOs to focus their planning & thinking for full engagement, empowerment & collaboration that is relevant & action-oriented. Since 1989, we have developed training and coaching programs for immediate and long-term impact, focusing on changing workplace practices rather than trying to change people.