An appreciative approach to catastrophizing – find the relationship that you believe is jeopardized and build on that
An Indonesian though leader on appreciative inquiry and leadership greeted me this morning.
I don’t speak Indonesian, but I found an pertinent poem in English on his website to illustrate the difficult idea that we are our relationship with the world (difficult at least for Westerners).
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