Stuck: Using Appreciative Inquiry as A Tool When The Client Is Stuck

  • 02/08/2019
  • Riverside III 2D


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February 8, 2019

Location: Riverside III 2D

Presenter: Christie Wills

Program Title: Stuck: Using Appreciative Inquiry as A Tool When The Client Is Stuck

Description: Explore how techniques in Appreciative Inquiry can help reframe choices for the future. Appreciative Inquiry offers coaches a tool that is especially effective in certain situations: for example, when a client is "stuck" or needs a technique for reflection before launching a transformation.

Learning Objectives:

- Explore the principles of Appreciative Inquiry

- Identify coaching situations best suited for the use of Appreciative Inquiry

- Apply Appreciative Inquiry techniques to potential coaching scenarios

This session will address the following core competencies:

C. Communicating Effectively
6. Powerful Questioning
D. Facilitating Learning and Results
8. Creating Awareness
9. Designing Actions

Presenter: Christie Wills is a certified Appreciative Inquiry facilitator and communications professional. She has over twenty years of experience in communications and public relations expertise, including crisis communications. She consults on matters related to organizational development, research, analysis, and project management. Christie graduated from the College of William and Mary, and has a Master’s in Public Administration with an emphasis on strategic management principles.


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