Positive Change: The Art of Appreciative Inquiry with David Cooperrider
January 25, 2016
Hosted by Georgetown ITL Faculty
People value problem-solving and go immediately to "what's wrong" to solve problems. What would happen if you focused on what is working rather than what isn't? Join Guest Host Roz Kay for a conversation with David Cooperrider, co-creator and creative thought leader of Appreciative Inquiry and co-author with Diana Whitney of A Positive Revolution in Change. Appreciative Inquiry involves discovering what gives life to a system or organization and involves the art of crafting the "unconditional positive question" to strengthen the capacity to see and develop the organization's potential. David will share the transformational qualities of AI, how and when to use it, and talk about the impact of using an AI approach to change. Join Roz and David for an opportunity to learn a change process that mobilizes change positively.
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