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Author: Bernard J. Mohr
Bernard is a co-founder and president of the Co-Creating Mutual Value Collaborative. His current research and consulting interests focus on ‘what might we do as managers and/or as practitioners to shift our focus from “winning in the world we have” to one of “winning by creating a better world’?
Catherine is a founding partner of Innovation Partners International, is located in Ottawa, Canada. She works with organization leaders to facilitate positive change by discovering and building on strengths, and by inviting and supporting broad participation in innovation. In addition to her consulting practice, Catherine delivers foundations and advanced training in Appreciative Inquiry.
For fifteen years, Sallie Lee has worked through her own consulting practice, Shared Sun Studio, and now Innovation Partners International [IPI]. She offers creative, practical processes for whole systems, serving as a thinking partner, facilitator, and strategist for client groups. She has trained more than 1000 people in the foundations of Appreciative Inquiry around the world. Sallie lives in Asheville, NC
Joanne Daykin founding partner of Innovation Partners International, uses an Appreciative Inquiry approach to her work. She assists organizations in making better decisions, creating greater buy-in and sparking innovation. Her participative, whole systems approach is designed to enhance collaboration and make lasting positive change. She enjoys consulting on projects around strategic planning, leadership development, team and individual coaching, and organization transformation and renewal. She is based in Ottawa, Canada.