Appreciative Inquiry as a Means to Solve Problems

Appreciative Inquiry as a Means to Solve Problems

Seven Dimensions
Updated Apr 16, 2020

Kylie Bell discusses the meaning of Appreciative Inquiry and the workplace problems it can solve. When things go wrong, Appreciative Inquiry can be a good way to flip the focus away from fault-finding to instead asking what is already going well, what is wanted and the direction that’s needed to get there. First developed as a 4-stage process by David Cooperrider, Kylie Bell says it’s suitable for many (though not all) workplace problems as it is empowering and moves people towards something positive rather than away from what they don’t want happening.

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