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Appreciative Inquiry: It’s Not Easy, But It Is Simple

Source: iOctane Pty Ltd
We all know attorneys who do outstanding trial work but can’t keep associates. Some attorneys weave a tight and eloquent argument but can’t settle a case. There are also attorneys who are only interested in winning no matter what the cost to those involved. Many of them would greatly benefit from understanding and using a process called appreciative inquiry. Find out why.


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