When was the last time you went to
a meeting about a problem in your organization that began with an exploration
of what was being done right in relationship to the issue at hand?
Appreciative Inquiry offers an effective
way for organizations to approach problem solving and organizational change by
focusing on the strengths, successes, values, hopes and dreams of the
organization. It is a process grounded in affirmation and appreciation.
The 4-D Cycle of Discovery, Dream,
Design and Destiny walks organizations through a process that focuses on the
positive, discovers and amplifies what is already working and searches for
solutions that may already exist.
Appreciative Inquiry proposes the
questions we ask are fateful, determine what we find and create the world we
Appreciative inquiry was pioneered
in the 1980s by David Cooperrider at Case Western Reserve University and is
currently in use organizations in more than 100 countries.
Programs are customized for your organization and vary in length depending on your needs. Call for further information or to schedule a consultation.