The term Appreciative Inquiry, as it says itself, focuses on appreciative or positive analysis to build on. It is often common to focus on problems and how to prevent them, but Appreciative Inquiry looks at what is going well and how to build on it. The idea behind this method is that the way questions are asked guides our attention in a certain direction. By focusing our attention on positive aspects, you create more energy and dynamics, which has an inspiring and motivating effect.
During the in-depth interviews with candidates, we listen to positive professional experiences as opposed to focusing on the things didn't go well. In this way we create a positive atmosphere, and by starting from the strengths, we are able to identify the qualities of our candidates and thus create the ideal match. This enables us to develop a bond with our candidates where honesty and transparency are at the core and success is almost a guarantee.