Appreciative Inquiry was developed to help transform organizations; however, it is equally transformative in individuals. AI is not just about asking positive questions; it is also about learning to see the world with fresh eyes. Appreciative Inquiry does not ignore negative feelings or circumstances but helps to shift our perspective from despair and frustration to one of possibility and opportunity. Uncovering and celebrating what is right with others, and anything that may arise in our lives, is a mental habit that can be learned through deliberate, mindful practice.

Popular Trainings and Workshops

  • Appreciative Inquiry Coach Training (AICT)
  • Appreciative Inquiry Facilitator Training (AIFT)
  • Appreciative Resilience Facilitator Training
  • Appreciative Inquiry + Visuals
  • Conversations Worth Having Bootcamps
  • Resilience Reset

Recommended Reading

  • A More Beautiful Question

    By Warren Berger

  • Appreciative Living: The Principles of Appreciative Inquiry in Personal Life

    By Jackie Kelm

  • The Joy of Appreciative Living: Your 28-Day Plan to Greater Happiness Using the Principles of Appreciative Inquiry

    By Jackie Kelm

Related Resources

  • Appreciative Inquiry and Families: Parents and TeenagersWebinar

    Delivered by Dr. Cheri Torres

  • Engaging in Difficult Conversations: Discussing What Matters MostWebinar

    Delivered by Dr. Cheri Torres

  • Learning to be Curious: The Heart of Appreciative Inquiry Webinar

    Delivered by Dr. Cheri Torres

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