appreciative inquiry

I live in Gratitude…

For all that I have given   and for all that I have received. For the beauty in my life   and for the sorrows I have known. For the challenges I've faced   and for just how far I've come. For my courage and my gifts   and for the wisdom I've acquired. For the journey and experience [...]

Appreciative Inquiry Empowers Cleveland

I had the privilege of participating in the City of Cleveland's Appreciative Inquiry Summit held August 12-14. The Summit was titled Sustainable Cleveland 2019: Building an Economic Engine to Empower a Green City on a Blue Lake. This title might feel like a stretch, if you noticed that Cleveland was on Forbes Magazine's 2008 list [...]

RIF Recovery: Healing, hope and health

A new study by Leadership IQ reveals the glaring truth about the reduction-in-force aftermath. If you have recently experienced a reduction-in-force in your organization, three-fourths of your employees are likely experiencing a decline in productivity. Fewer people are doing the work and less work is being done by those who "survived" the reduction. The study [...]

Appreciative Inquiry Culture: We Have a Dream

One of Leadership Beyond Limits foundational beliefs is that organizations that are committed to an appreciative inquiry culture are dynamic and resilient. Appreciative Inquiry (AI) is currently revolutionizing the field of organizational development. First articulated by David Cooperrider and Suresh Srivastva, two professors at Case Western Reserve University's Weatherhead School of Management, AI is now [...]

Go to Top