How can Leaders use Appreciative Inquiry?

How can Leaders use Appreciative Inquiry?

Seven Dimensions
Updated May 29, 2024

What you'll learn

  • Leaders can use appreciative inquiry to:
  • Define what is wanted
  • Discover what already is being done well
  • Dream how to be the very best
Course Description

While fixing problems is normal, it leaves things in their functioning state. Appreciative Inquiry helps transform the issue into empowering outcomes.

Kylie Bell explains to Eve Ash that traditional approaches might fix problems but gets things back to a functioning state. This is not looking forward and creating a vision of what the organization could look like, at its very best. Appreciative Inquiry shifts the focus to what people would like to be happening. This is done through defining what is wanted, discovering what is already being achieved, and then dreaming how the organization can succeed.

This program is one of the Insights and Strategies Series, featuring psychologist Eve Ash interviewing a range of experts and business leaders who share their experiences and practical strategies for achieving best practice.

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Business Outcomes

This program will provide viewers with skills and strategies about researching and problem solving.