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Five Strategies of Appreciative Leadership

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Topics Leadership
Sectors General
Aspects of AI Positive relational working
Publish Date Feb 2011
No. of pages 3

Five Strategies of Appreciative Leadership


Appreciative Leadership is a relational and positive process; it is about turning human potential into positive power. The five core strategies discussed in this essay illustrate how to bring the best out of people, elevate performance and make a positive difference in organizations, communities and the world.

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Diana Whitney is best known for her innovative applications of AI to organization culture change, strategic planning, merger integration, and large-scale transformation. In 1997 the American Society of Training and Development recognized her work with David Cooperrider with its International Award for Best Organization Culture Change of the year.


Amanda Trosten-Bloom is a pioneer in the use of AI for high engagement, whole system change in business, nonprofit and community settings in support of strategic planning, culture change and organizational excellence. Amanda and Diana are co-authors of numerous books and articles, and partners in Corporation for Positive Change.


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