Appreciative Inquiry: Ignite Success in Yourself & Others

Appreciative Inquiry: Ignite Success in Yourself & Others

Appreciative Inquiry: Ignite Success in Yourself & Others
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Appreciative inquiry focuses on finding the best in people and how they use their best to function in their work and everyday life. Through appreciative inquiry, an employer or associate uses the art of asking questions and opinions to strengthen the system as a whole, creating a more positive environment and heightening individual potential. This approach is designed to focus less on negativity and criticism, and utilize personal design and encourage discovery. Key topics include: Introducing Appreciative Inquiry Changing the Way You Think Four D Model for leading individual employees as well as a small group of employees effectively from discovery through delivery of end result Four I Model focuses on taking changes and plans designed by employees and implementing them to other levels of the company, such as upper management and stakeholders. Appreciative Inquiry – Interview Style Anticipatory Reality The Power of Positive Imagery Influencing Change through Appreciative Inquiry Coaching and Managing with Appreciative Inquiry Creating a Positive Core

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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.