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Free Webinar: Five Steps for Practicing Appreciative Inquiry

December 7, 2010

Tuesday, December 14, 2010 12:00 pm EST
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Learn how to practice Appreciative Inquiry to positively impact your results as a leader, team member, and as an organization.
Appreciative Inquiry focuses on possibilities, not problems; what is right not what is wrong. What IS working rather than what is NOT working. The process doesn’t ignore problems. It just approaches them from the other side and focuses on discovering what works, in order to do more of it. Learn how to practice Appreciative Inquiry to positively impact your results as a leader, team member, and as an organization.

In this session, you will learn how to:

  • Practice Appreciative Inquiry to positively impact the results of you and your team
  • Ask questions that will influence business decisions
  • Create a more cohesive team atmosphere

Roger Young is a Regional Vice President at Linkage and has served as a leadership and organizational development consultant, master facilitator, and executive coach for more than 15 years. During this time, he has partnered with several Fortune 500 organizations on a variety of talent management and organizational issues.

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