Using Appreciative Inquiry to grow as a leader

ByMichael Ambjorn

Using Appreciative Inquiry to grow as a leader

A subset of the 140+ leaders attending the 2016 IABC Leadership Institute got together to explore the power of Appreciative Inquiry – and how it can help you grow as a leader.

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Organizations are created, maintained and changed by conversations. It is how connection is created.

In this session we explored how you can use a tool like Appreciative Inquiry to identify opportunities for change, how to mobilize leaders – and maintain shared momentum. 

Here, below, is the hand-out – including a word cloud (slide 2) which you’ll see more about on this blog in coming weeks.

Also, keep an eye on the IABC Leader Centre for hand-outs from all the other breakouts.

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It was a wide-ranging discussion – and it is not too late to add your appreciation for some of the key points-turned-into-tweets – by RT/liking below:

Thanks to all who contributed.

Let’s #createconnection – like never before.

Michael Ambjorn

About the author

Michael Ambjorn administrator

Michael is a past chair of the International Association of Business Communicators. He is also founder of Align Your Org where – with a participation-centric approach – he and his colleagues enable effective strategic planning, communication – and clarity of execution. He has held leadership roles at IBM, Motorola and the 260–year–old Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce. A consummate connector, speaker, facilitator - and mentor - he is also active in a number of further networks. You can follow him @michaelambjorn

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