When Is an AI Summit Most Effective?

ABSTRACT

We face the most significant geopolitical, environmental, social and economic challenges in human history and need more adaptive, creative and resilient ways to enable complex human systems to thrive. Appreciative Inquiry summits offer examples of what is possible in creating positive disruptions that nudge systems towards the edge of chaos by providing a safe container to fuel generative connections. This paper explores reasons and contexts for successful AI summits.

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Author: Michelle McQuaid

Dr Michelle McQuaid is a best-selling author, workplace wellbeing teacher and playful change activator. As co-founder of The Change Lab, she’s passionate about translating cutting-edge research into practical strategies for creating positive changes in workplaces, schools and communities around the world.

Contact: chelle@michellemcquaid.com

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Author: Michelle Etheve

Michelle Etheve helps create purposeful, strengths-based changes that enable people to thrive as they create, learn and experiment together. As co-founder of The Change Lab, she has designed and delivered AI Summits, positive change experiences and coaching development programs in workplaces, schools and communities around the world.

Contact: michelle.e@thechangelabs.com

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Author: Louis Alloro

Louis Alloro designs and delivers highly sought after, evidence-based wellbeing and positive change learning experiences around the world. He is a senior fellow at the Center for the Advancement of Wellbeing and co-creator of the new Certificate in Creating Wellbeing training program. He is currently pursuing his PhD in systems informed positive psychology and social impact evaluation.

Contact: louis@thechangelabs.com

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