Appreciative Inquiry Is Made for Times Like Ours

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The world has seemingly tilted on its axis since we last shared a new issue of the AI Practitioner journal with you. First and foremost, we hope that wherever you are reading these words, you are safe and healthy, and that you are finding ways to stay socially connected with others, even while we must be physically distanced from each other.

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Author: Lindsey N. Godwin

Lindsey N. Godwin, Ph.D., is the Robert P. Stiller Professor of Management at Champlain College, where she serves as the Academic Director for the David L. Cooperrider Center for Appreciative Inquiry and co-publisher of AI Practitioner. As a practitioner–scholar active in the global AI community, she has helped organize and facilitate AI processes around the globe.

Contact: godwin@champlain.edu

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Author: Luc Verheijen

Luc Verheijen is a partner at Kessels & Smit, the Learning Company. He is a Taos Institute Associate and co-publisher of AI Practitioner. His book, co-authored with Saskia Tjepkema and Joeri Kabalt, Appreciative Inquiry as a Daily Leadership Practice was recently published by Taos Institute Publishers.

Contact: lverheijen@kessels-smit.com

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