Using Appreciative Inquiry to Develop and Strengthen Health Practices – Second Sunday Seminar
Using Appreciative Inquiry to Develop and Strengthen Health Practices
A Second Sunday Seminar, with Mary Gendron, PhD
Sunday, October 11 from 2:00 to 3:30, Via Zooom
“You don’t fear people
Whose story you know
Real listening always brings people closer together.
Trust that meaningful conversations can change your world.
Rely on human goodness.
Dr. Margaret Wheatley
Are you looking for the positive elements that will strengthen your yoga, meditation and other health practices?
Many of us focus on what’s not working or what we’re not doing well in our yoga, meditation and health practices. A more effective and compassionate approach to strengthening our practices is to ask focused questions about what’s already working and build on it.
In this workshop you’ll to learn the process of Appreciative Inquiry and experience participating in an Appreciative Interview. Appreciative Inquiry is a strengths-based, positive approach to personal and organizational development.
During the workshop you’ll have an opportunity to pair off with someone and share your story of when you’ve felt most engaged and committed to your practices. Our group discussion will highlight our stories and how they guide and reinforce our practice. We’ll close by sharing our 3 wishes for what we want more of.
Prior to the workshop, a link to a short video on Appreciative Inquiry and questions for the Appreciative Interview will be emailed to participants.
Mary Gendron, PhD, brings unique perspectives as a consultant, psychologist, manager, speaker, educator and author. Her experience as an internal and external leadership and organizational development consultant, MBA Faculty and Principal with her consulting and marketing research firm has enabled her to provide a depth of insight and strategic consultation to her clients. Dr. Gendron’s expertise is focused on leadership development, coaching, business process improvement, strategic and scenario planning, market research, and behavioral medicine.