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The Appreciative Inquiry Summit: A Practitioner's Guide for Leading Large-Group Change

by James D. Ludema, Diana Whitney, and others. Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2003.

Written in conversational style, this book serves as a guideline for how to lead an Appreciative Inquiry Summit and how to apply similar principles to a congregational setting.

Offerings

values of Appreciative Inquiry, application to corporate and nonprofit organizations

Best For

clergy and lay leaders of any faith tradition

Cost

purchase as a book or e-book

Suggested Uses

  • Spark positive change through Appreciative Inquiry by reading chapter one on the values of the practice and its success in corporate and nonprofit organizations.

About the Contributor
Contributor
Susan Weber

Sue Weber is the director of the evaluation and communication project at the Center for Congregations. She has additional training in appreciative inquiry and is professionally certified as a group facilitator.

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