- Posted by Fiona Thomas
- On 20 April 2022
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Drawing on five distinct experiences of working with groups and projects, Elizabeth Gray-King discusses the use of the core principles of Appreciative Inquiry in participatory methodologies.
From transforming a complex regional organisation from within, to the use of art as a means of opening up conversations, and consultations on the rebuilding of a dangerous urban road Elizabeth draws on examples from twenty years of community collaborations. She observes how it is possible to use appreciative inquiry as an approach without always having to teach it explicitly. Read her full description.