Recent Evidence-Backed Insights On How Not To Come Across As A Jerk – And What’s Behind Them

Recent Evidence-Backed Insights On How Not To Come Across As A Jerk – And What’s Behind Them

A recent paper reported in the very useful BPS Research Digest blog suggests that people often make a bad impression because they indulge in counter-productive tactics for trying to make themselves look better. The paper, “Impression mismanagement: People as inept…

Emergent Principles of Appreciative Inquiry 2: The Enactment Principle

Emergent Principles of Appreciative Inquiry 2: The Enactment Principle

Traditionally, Appreciative Inquiry has had five guiding principles (the Constructionist, Poetic, Simultaneity, Anticipatory, and Positive principles as sent out by David Cooperrider in, for example, the Appreciative Inquiry Handbook). In recent years, new principles have started to emerge as Appreciative…