Appreciative Intelligence, with Tojo Thatchenkery

“When you face a situation, and you don’t know all the answers, curiosity allows you to be comfortable with that ambiguity, that uncertainty of not knowing what lies ahead.” ~ Tojo Thatchenkery

Appreciative Intelligence rests in the ability to “see the mighty oak in the acorn.” George Mason University Schar School of Policy and Government professor Tojo Thatchenkery believes such intelligence is especially important right now.

A conversation about finding generative potential in the here and now.

Listen to Choose to be Curious #118: Appreciative Intelligence, with Tojo Thatchenkery

This episode first aired in May 2020; it has been refreshed, July 2023.

More on appreciative intelligence and Tojo’s work here.


And check out the Masters in Organization Development and Knowledge Management at George Mason University.

Our theme music is by Sean Balick . “Partly Sage” by Bodytonic, via Blue Dot Sessions.

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