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Ragae Mostafa Master student, Egypt Aibergenuly Chingis Master students, Kazakhstan Utkelbayeva Perizat Master students, Kazakhstan
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Appreciative Leadership is unique among leadership theories both past and present. This uniqueness is the catalyst for innovation which includes its strength-based practice, search for the positive in people and organizations, and the role this plays in organizational innovation and transformation. What follows is a summary of Appreciative Inquiry and the five main principles on which it is based. We then discuss Appreciative Leadership in terms of its place among leadership theories in general.
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Ragae M.., Aibergenuly C.., Utkelbayeva P.., (2016), APPRECIATIVE LEADERSHIP AND IMPACT ON INNOVATION. Business in Law, 6: 204-205.
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