This post was written for “newbies,” those of you who are just discovering the power of Appreciative Inquiry as a strengths-based, transformational, positive change methodology. The post was recently updated... read more →
The Positive Arc of Systemic Strengths explores the important question: when is it that human systems are most naturally at their best? By analyzing the performance and impacts of six... read more →
Diana Whitney and Amanda Trosten-Bloom on Appreciative Leadership: A Dialogue with the Authors.
Strength-Based Lean Six Sigma combines the energy and motivation released through a strengths-based approach such as AI with the focus on quality and efficiency generated by Lean Six Sigma. The... read more →
Appreciative Inquiry (AI) begins an adventure. The urge and call to adventure has been sounded by many people and many organizations, and it will take many more to fully explore... read more →
ON-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... read more →
Establishing a coaching or mentor/mentee relationship with a resident or staff member can be tricky. How should a mentor coach his or her mentee? What does an ideal coaching relationship... read more →
Richard Manley-Tannis answers Question #4 in the World Inquiry at the 2017 AI Homecoming Celebration, Champlain College https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cAraQpGf5sA&feature=youtu.be