Appreciation and Generative Dialogues: Reflections and Appreciative Inquiry Practices from Ibero


This issue of AI Practitioner is devoted to the contribution of Appreciative Inquiry and other strengths-based disciplines to Ibero-American culture.


Author: Dora Fried Schnitman, Ph.D.

International professor, author of books and papers in five languages. Director of Fundación Interfas, co-founder of the Network for Productive Dialogues and the International Diploma Program on Dialogical Practices. Developed a generative model for change based on strength, dialogue and new paradigms, utilized in different fields.

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Author: Jorge Sanhueza Rahmer, Ph.D.

Jorge Sanhueza Rahmer is Dean of Psychology of Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez in Santiago, Chile. He is a psychologist, with a Masters in public policy and Ph.D. from Taos-Tilburg. He is director of Possible: Another Chile, a foundation that wants to transform novelty and possibility in a politics and social change. E:

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Author: Miriam Subirana Vilanova

Miriam Subirana Vilanova, Ph.D. has a Ph.D. from Barcelona University and is founder and director of Institute IDeIA of Dialogue and Appreciative Inquiry. She is a lecturer, author and certified ICF coach, an AI trainer and member of the Taos Institute. She has been a trainer of meditation and mindfulness since 1983. E:  W:

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