Archives for July 2014

Embracing the Mystery:
Reflecting on Appreciative Inquiry

Inspired by Dr Samuel Mahaffy, a reflection on what it means to be an Appreciative Inquiry practitioner and ’embrace the mystery’.

Workshops: Busy Bees

Well, we’ve been busy bees, preparing for our workshops in Brisbane next week. I’m running an Aged Care Chair Chi Training Level One workshop and Sue is running A Taste of Appreciative Inquiry. We’re also busy promoting our upcoming Adelaide workshops for the end of August. And on top of all that my bee legs […]

The Sound of Comfort

About “music thanatology”, a wonderful way of bringing comfort to people at the end of life, and our only Australian practitioner to date.

World Appreciative Inquiry Conference Adventures

Well, we’ve just been informed that the next World Appreciative Inquiry international conference is now official and will be held in South Africa, July 2015. Both Sue and I plan to attend. The announcement has brought back memories of the wonderful times we had at previous AI conferences – 2009 in Kathmandu, Nepal and 2012 […]