appreciative inquiry

 

Appreciative Inquiry allows practitioners to move beyond traditional problem-centered methods to identify the best of what currently exists  (identifying and building on past achievements and existing strengths) while exploring the possibilities of what could be (building a shared vision for the future and a plan to achieve that vision).

Appreciative Inquiry has been described as a way of thinking, specifically when focused on the task of achieving organisational change. The premise is that whatever one desires to have more of, it already exists within organizations. Appreciative Inquiry creates the conditions for users to focus on increasing the supply of things they desire rather than confront errors via conventional problem solving.

If you would like to discuss options and potentials for your organisation get in touch email

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