being in our strengths, together.
Course: Learn how to apply Appreciative Inquiry principles, processes and tools to your personal and professional projects.
innovative organisation and teams.
and co-create a resilient
vision that inspires action.
Advise: Thought partnering, strategic design and facilitation processes.
Convene: In-person, hybrid or virtual dialogues and curated gatherings that nurture spaciousness and multiply voices and opportunities to connect and collaborate.
Speak: Local and international speaking, moderating and collaborative writing guided by the Appreciative Leadership Lotus Model and the Spaciousness Theory of change.
As a DEI professional I am incorporating what I learned and experienced into my workshops, meetings and trainings with impactful results. This was among the most worthwhile courses I’ve ever taken.
Janie Pinterits, Ph.D. (Berkeley Lab)
In 30 years of development work, it is the first time that I have left such a complex process energized and yet also practically focused.
This training provides invaluable support to the integration of Intercultural Competence, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility across core operations into core business of the Peace Corps.
Tereza Zagaevschi, Peace Corps Moldova, Training Manager
The Spaciousness Theory of Change states that when leaders and their teams experience a sense of spaciousness within, not outside of, the complexity and conflict of these times, they can make decisions that inspire inclusion, innovation, and action plans for results that are collectively owned.
being in our strengths, together