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Testimonials from satisfied customers - from around the world
Testimonials from satisfied customers - from around the world
The cards are a playful way of introducing positive psychology concepts into a team. It gives real world scenarios and an opportunity to learn about new approaches to deal with these. It was fun, non-threatening and insightful to play
— AuthorCharles Martin-Krumm Conference Organiser at University of Bretagne Occidentale and associated with the Centre for Applied Positive Psychology's name
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Since making the wise decision :) to include Appreciating Change’s Coaching Cubes in one of my corporate coaching sessions in early December, I have become a genuine believer in “Cube Power”. What a superbly “simple” way to power-charge coaching sessions and motivate clients. Valuable discussions invariably pull loose “what if” threads together, thus promoting clear, precise, long-lasting “client authored” results. WOW. Thank you Sarah!
— Christine Demmy-Moldenhauer
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