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#AI Chat Etiquette

Introduce yourself, location, your favorite topic or focus and what brought you to #AIChat. Stay on topic as best you can. A new question will be asked every 10-15 minutes. When responding to a question,…

#AIChat Archive

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#AIChat Tips

We've learned from others who host these kinds of events regularly and have collected the following tips to help make the experience a good one. Before the #AIChat Inform your twitter followers that you will…

A Brief History of AI

Appreciative Inquiry (AI) was pioneered in the 1980s by David Cooperrider and Suresh Srivastva, two professors at the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University. AI consultants around the world are increasingly using…

Affiliate Program

If you offer a strength-based program, we invite you to host it in collaboration with The Center for Appreciative Inquiry (CAI). Give your program a competitive edge, unquestioned credibility, exposure to our worldwide audience, and…

Appreciative Inquiry in Action

The documents found below are just a few of the practicums that have been submitted by individuals who have undergone our 4-day Appreciative Inquiry Facilitator Training (AIFT) and/or our 5-day Appreciative Inquiry Coaching Training (AICT)…

Generic Processes of Appreciative Inquiry

Ever wonder what people mean when they talk about the 5-D's of Appreciative Inquiry? This short video provides a great overview of the process.

Other AI Resources

Appreciative Resources

Payment Plan Program

Company of Experts, Inc. is pleased to offer a Payment Plan Program as a manageable alternative to paying your workshop registration in a lump-sum payment. Enrollment in our free Payment Plan Program allows you to…

Recordings

Below you will find a list of our webinars on-demand... Appreciative Inquiry and Families: Parents and Teenagers Presented by: Dr. Cheri Torres - 1 Hour Recording Aired: Aug. 24, 2010 It’s easy to be appreciative…

TweetChat Platforms

There are a variety of tools that you can use to participate in a tweet chat. Here are the more popular options; we have sorted them based on technology comfort level: Beginners The easiest way…

WAIC 2012 Recap

The fifth World Appreciative Inquiry Conference (WAIC), held in Ghent Belgium, is over, but what a magical and wonderful experience is was for everyone there. Over 600 people from over 45 countries attended this event.…

Words Create Worlds

Stay connected with the Center for Appreciative Inquiry. Receive exclusive news, keen insights, uplifting stories, useful resources, and updates on upcoming events, delivered via email. Our monthly e-newsletter, Words Create Worlds, keeps you closely connected…