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Building on Appreciative conversations and strengths…

Starting from people’s strengths and assets in community development – rather than focusing on perceived weaknesses – fosters new possibilities on all levels. We were approached by New Start Magazine to talk about the idea in their Liverpool survey, where we talked about Liverpool’s Big Local project.  Appreciating People got involved when our co-director Tim Slack

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Learning exchange: US graduate teachers visit Liverpool schools

Conferences are always a good opportunity to meet new contacts and share ideas. In July 2016 we attended the World Appreciative Inquiry Conference in Johannesburg. It was an opportunity to get involved in a myriad of appreciative conversations, with fellow practitioners from around the world. Two of the people we got talking to were Dr Matthew Moehle

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Appreciative Inquiry: Past, Present and Future – Celebrating with Jane Magruder Watkins in Colonial Williamsburg

From the 19 to 21 February this year at William and Mary College, Williamsburg, Virginia, AI practitioners from all over the world will assemble to celebrate and share the contribution Jane Magruder Watkins has made to the world wide development of Appreciative Inquiry. She will be there with her husband Ralph Kelly, and many other

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Taste of AI now available in Spanish

We are really excited to announce that Taste of AI – our most popular resource – has been translated into Spanish.         The translation has been done by our partners in Barcelona, Inspiring Partners, who are experts in organisational development. They encourage the talent within an organisation to innovate and act successfully, creating new opportunities for the organisation

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