WHOW offers a series of short highly interactive sessions with women academics from diverse backgrounds on various topics. Join us for one of our upcoming conversations.
12pm - 1pm EST
Participants will be invited to share in the journey of recalling our appreciative inquiry cores, identifying appreciative inquiry best practices, and creating strategies for a future shaped by appreciative inquiry.
Leaders cannot predict the complex challenges they are called on to face. Veteran consultants Joan McArthur-Blair and Jeanie Cockell show that Appreciative Inquiry (AI) is an invaluable tool to build resilience.
The 2nd edition of this work expands, through a new Afterword, upon the practices and stories of two life time
Below are a few of the professional communities for appreciative inquiry practitioners.
We create dynamic and unique strategies for you and your organization. We seek to understand your goals and then design a customized response that will build on personal and organizational strengths to reach into the future.
The Center for Appreciative Inquiry delivers affordable, highly-experiential trainings and workshops that help individuals, groups and organizations create systems and structures that support social awareness, promote learning, increase creativity, and invite possibility and enthusiasm within human systems.
The David L. Cooperrider Center for Appreciative Inquiry, based in the Robert P. Stiller School of Business at Champlain College, is the global hub for connecting people to learn, apply, and amplify Appreciative Inquiry. AI is a way to discover and accelerate individual and organizational strengths. A shift toward an a