Togetherness in Times of Lockdown

November 2020
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A group of French Appreciative Inquiry practitioners met online on a regular basis during the eight weeks of the lockdown. They opened generative conversations and created a powerful sense of togetherness. The spirit of Appreciative Inquiry spontaneously infused the meetings and helped the participants not only to cope with the situation but to envision and realize projects together: an experience of appreciative, collective and digital resilience.


Author: Christine Cayré

Christine graduated from Grenoble School of Management in France and gained an Appreciative Inquiry Certificate in Positive Business and Society Change from Case Western Reserve University, USA. She is an associate of the French Institute of Appreciative Inquiry


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