Tune in to the Type of Conversation - Deepstash
Tune in to the Type of Conversation

Tune in to the Type of Conversation

Recognize whether a conversation is depreciative or appreciative.

  • Depreciative conversations focus on problems and lead to defensiveness.
  • Appreciative Inquiry involves asking positive questions to uncover solutions.
  • Bringing hidden influences to light can help shift the conversation's tone.

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High School Reading Teacher. Book lover. Sharing insights to inspire discovery. "Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body." – Joseph Addison

Conversations, the building blocks of our experiences and interactions, can shape productivity, relationships, and well-being. You can inspire growth and engagement in your conversations by harnessing the transformative power of Appreciative Inquiry, a method that focuses on positive framing and asking generative questions.

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