Guest Post: Jill Miller Zimon Appreciates Inquiry

February 22, 2011 at 11:34 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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Jill Miller Zimon

Appreciative Inquiry: The Wrap-Up (for now)

(Reprinted with permission from www.writeslikeshetalks.com)

Last week, I participated in the day-long Appreciative Inquiry Summit for Women’s Leadership.  The Jewish Federation of Cleveland convened the event with the following aspirations in mind:

Strengthening our Jewish community, building meaningful connections, and creating valuable experiences through opportunities that utilize the unique strengths and resources of women and maximize our personal growth and leadership potential.

Previously, I wrote about my anticipation of the day and followed up with a morning and afternoon dispatch from the Summit.

Now, I’d like to offer a few thoughts, looking back but also acknowledging that it is way too soon to fully appreciate – no pun intended – the ramifications of this unique and dare I say breakthrough gathering.

From the moment I walked in the room… (Read more at Jill’s blog)

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