Sue Annis Hammond



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The Thin Book of Appreciati...

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The Thin Book of Naming Ele...

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Lessons from the Field: App...

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Trust Talk

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The Thin Book of SOAR: Buil...

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The Thin Book of 360 Feedba...

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“You see what you expect to see. You see what you have the labels to see. You see what you have the skills to manage. Everything else is a blur.”
Sue Annis Hammond, The Thin Book of Naming Elephants; How to Surface Undiscussables for Greater Organizational Success

“Tell me about a time when: You saw someone You yourself practiced Or you were influenced by good leadership? What happened? What are some of the key things you remember about this experience? How did this person's leadership affect the community/team/company in a positive way? How did it affect you? In order to affect the future in a positive way, what trait, ability, skill, characteristic do you want a leader to have?”
Sue Annis Hammond, The Thin Book of Appreciative Inquiry

“Describe the most energizing moment, a real "high" from your professional life. What made it possible? Without being humble, describe what you value most about your self, and your profession. If you are new to the profession, what attracted you to it? Describe how you stay professionally affirmed, renewed, energized, enthusiastic, and inspired? Describe your three concrete wishes for the future of your profession. Questions Created by the AI Listserv Community: What is really working well in your life right now? What changes have you made that have positively impacted your life? What have you seen lately that inspired you? Who was the last person to make you smile? Why? What kind of village/school/organization would you like to leave for your children and grandchildren?”
Sue Annis Hammond, The Thin Book of Appreciative Inquiry



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