The World Appreciative Inquiry Conference took place this year from March 19th to March 22nd in Nice, France. Hosted by The Institut Francais d’Appreciative Inquiry and the David L. Cooperrider Center for Appreciative Inquiry at Champlain College Stiller School of Business, the conference, which takes place every three years, brought together Appreciative Inquiry practitioners and educators from all over the world to share experiences, best practices and learning opportunities.
The Fowler Center presented a workshop on the evening of Thursday March 21st about their AIM2Flourish program and how using Appreciative Inquiry to teach students around the world about the UN Global Goals and Business as an Agent of World Benefit presents a unique opportunity for learning about the ways that business can positively impact the world. By asking strengths-based questions of a business leader doing good and doing well, students can start to imagine possibilities for their own futures and how they can play a role in achieving the Global Goals by 2030.
The workshop was presented by Katherine Gullett, Senior Director of the Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit, and Megan Buchter, Operations Manager for the Fowler Center’s AIM2Flourish program. Attendees included professors, educators and students from around the world.
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