Many leadership practices and coaching competencies outline rules for asking good questions. On their own, these suggestions are misleading. Read this post to discover how to make your conversations more effective, even when you break some of the hallowed rules.
When you are coaching one-on-one, facilitating a team meeting, or trying to hear out an upset friend, one of the most difficult things to do is to keep the conversation on track to a fulfilling resolution, or at least forward movement. It’s not that the topic changes, it’s that the destination wasn’t made clear. When…Read More