February 12th 2018

Appreciative Inquiry and the New Change Equation

Appreciative Inquiry, a concept developed by David Cooperrider, brings structure and positivity to a world where 80% of all change efforts fail. It is being hailed as a breakthrough by organisations as diverse as Apple and National Grid, Siemens, IBM and Novartis - revolutionising the field of organisation development and change management.

Download a copy of the slides from CRF's event - Appreciative Inquiry and the New Change Equation - to learn about the following:

• How to bring out the best in human systems, rallying people in change-resistant environments to realise new and better futures
• How to recognise the core abilities and skills to mobilise decisive change management and create individual and organisational success
• Why people resist change
• The ‘4-D’ cycle of discovery, dream, design and destiny
• Appreciative Inquiry tools which can be applied immediately at all levels of an ever changing organisation

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