Finding Your Appreciative Voice in Resistant Cultures

August 2018
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Finding our appreciative voice in resistant work cultures led by resistant leaders can be daunting. Leaders who achieve results using skills they are comfortable with and have worked in the past aren’t always open to new ways to lead. As AI practitioners we can share our knowledge by using an appreciative voice that resonates and is heard. In this article, Lisa Rees explores the challenges of embedding AI in resistant cultures by reflecting on the past and finding new approaches in sharing the appreciative voice with others.


Author: Lisa T. Rees

Lisa T. Rees is a leadership coach with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and owns LTR Leadership. Lisa is committed to empowering leaders to create positive work environments using AI and emotional intelligence as the cornerstone. She co-authored A Leader’s Guide to Solving Challenges with Emotional IntelligenceContact:

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