Appreciative inquiry: train yourself to consider what is going well

Focus on the positive. Consider what is going well. Don’t talk down to yourself or to another, but acknowledge what is going well. It sounds like something straight out of a self-help book. A bit too sugary? Maybe, but if you want your feedback to be impactful, it is the way to go. Appreciative inquiry puts the employee on a pedestal in order for them to be able to jump even higher from there.

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