I want to share a small introduction to the art of asking questions inspired by Appreciation.

I think all appreciative questions always refer back to the purpose of what we are doing. So in the words used in the introduction, I believe you should always start with a generative question and ask for real human experiences.

Getting started

If you want to start asking appreciative questions you should use these questions:

  1. What is the best experiences you have had in relation to becoming competent?
  2. What made it possible for you to have these experiences? What did you do? What did other people do? Which circumstances were supporting the experiences?
  3. What could you do that would make it easy to become even more competent?

The words in Italic can be replaced with the specific things you want to appreciate.  

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Comment by khorchi laurie on October 8, 2014 at 8:54pm

Thank you Kaj for sharing! 

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