Creating GREAT appreciative conversationsHi to all doing such great work. I thought I would let you know about our latest resources. In October 2013 as part of a international exchange under the…Continue
"All elements are present at all stages. They are inter dependant and inter related. By using paired conversations, group sharing of stories and encouraging co-creation and co- design together encourages "all voices to be heard". In a…"
"Hi Tim, thanks for sharing. I have a question for the component of cooperation. I work in communities which are heterogeneous and complex for instance the issues of the elder female sibling would be different from those of younger female sibling.…"
The Five AI ElementsThe 5C framework has emerged through two strands. First a growing realisation that there is often significant problems embedding AI, ensuring its sustainability and continuing the energy and creativity AI has engendered. The second strand has been…See More
Creating GREAT appreciative conversationsHi to all doing such great work. I thought I would let you know about our latest resources. In October 2013 as part of a international exchange under the Grundtvig programme we launched in Prague with our Czech and Italian partners our new product creating GREAT appreciative conversations. ( go to our twitter @appreciatingP for the launch pictures) These 17 cards in a plastic folder our the culmination of 15 community workshops and working with 150+…See More
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