- Posted by Fiona Thomas
- On 22 July 2022
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Siggy Parratt-Halbert decribes how she combined her practice of appreciative inquiry with her skills as a graphic recorder to facilitate a process over three months with a spirituality centre in Sheffield.
Held together by five appreciative questions, and using a blend of online and face to face sessions, the process was shaped by the contemplative and creative nature of the centre, invited participants to engage in journaling, used attractive handouts throughout, included collective and individual activities, and drew on two different SOAR (Strengths, Opportunities, Aspirations, Resources) exercises. The key advice from Siggy is “treasure your participants always”. Enjoy her cartoons and her written reflections in the full case study