Hello fellow influencers!


Do you want to have more positive influence in your organization? In your family? With your friends or community groups? Do you want to help make some part of your world a better place?

Many of the skills, tools and attitudes we’ll be chatting about are based on my Solution-focused Change approach. It’s part of the greater family of positive approaches like Appreciative Inquiry, Positive Psychology, Solutions focus (European variation), Building on Your Strengths, etc. We have trained thousands of people in the Solution-focused approach. We want to hear from you about how you influence positive change.

I use Solution-focused tools to help me in every area of my life.

Igniting positive changes in my clients’ organizations

Making my leadership more influential

Creating more career success

Making my personal relationships more positive and fun

Accelerating my personal development

And positively influencing people wherever I go

Let’s chat about what is the most helpful and interesting to you.

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2 Comments on “Hello fellow influencers!”

  1. Toby Elwin Says:

    Bob,

    I am a devout witness of Appreciative Inquiry (AI) and seen the impact AI has unleashed from its positive approach in cultures as diverse as the FBI, Berklee College of Music, Caterpillar, Hoffmann-La Roche, and the Georgia Department of Corrections.

    I am really excited to learn more from you about the others that you have cited. AI is a great way to power “what could be” and move from the oft-used deficit-based, process view towards the sociological, relationship power of the positive to engage, ignite, and sustain. I’m looking forward to what you you will share from your great background.

    Cheers,

    Toby

    • bobfaw Says:

      Thanks, Toby!
      I’ve found so Appreciative Inquiry and the other strength-based tools to be highly effective for culture change, and skill development… and so much more fun to use as a practitioner!
      Someone just called me to say that he’d closed a huge deal using the skills we discussed during our strength-based development of his presentation skills. Not only did his passion show, but also he really enjoyed doing the presentation. Talk about win-win.


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