...accomplishments: their past accomplishments, their present accomplishments, what they’re proud of, and what they love.
The Appreciative Inquiry is all about making you learn the best about someone. It’s all about focusing on high-point movement. Essentially, it’s about allowing someone to “toot their own horn,” so to speak. Many people like the Appreciative Inquiry because it focuses on what is the best them.
Overall, the Appreciative Inquiry is about learning the best in people, and about learning what they’re discovering, what they’re dreaming, what they’re designing, and what makes them the most alive.... Isn’t It Time Someone Appreciated You? Isn’t time that someone sat you down, gave you a pat on...