Marge Schiller

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"Marjorie Schiller, Ph.D., has been consulting, teaching and writing about Appreciative Inquiry since the late 1980's. Her current passion is in using AI to support strength based approaches and methods in schools. She teaches and writes about Appreciative Leadership, AI in Action and Imagine Inclusion: An expansive approach to diversity. She is the co-author of Appreciative Leaders: In the Eye of the Beholder (a Taos Institute Focus Book) and has written commentaries and book chapters about question construction, diversity, gender and appreciative inquiry. She is the Executive Director of The Positive Change Corps: A global community serving education and youth. Marge has taught at Boston University, Harvard University, and University of Massachusetts, Amherst as well as the Federal Executive Institute, Charlottesville, VA, and Roffey Park West, Sussex, England." [1]


  • Faculty, Taos Institute

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  1. Taos Institute Marge Schiller, organizational web page, accessed June 9, 2013.