Appreciative Intelligence: Seeing the Mighty Oak in the Acorn
Discover the Ability behind Creativity, Leadership, and Success. Success comes in all shapes and sizes, just like the people who create it. It can be defined as any or all of the following: financial well-being; healthy personal and professional relationships; effective leadership; ability to achieve goals; ability to bring out the best in others at work and at home; social status or recognition and personal fulfillment. Appreciative Intelligence: Seeing the Mighty Oak in the Acorn provides real-world stories about a variety of successful people and their winning ventures, the secrets behind their innovation and leadership, and concrete steps for you to take to create your own success. Regardless of your definition of success, this book could make a difference in the possibilities you see today for the future that is rushing up to greet you. We invite you to read this book and realize something you have always known but did not quite know to how to articulate: the power of your own Appreciative Intelligence in making a positive difference in your life, the lives of others, groups, organizations, and communities around you.
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