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Category/Topic: Questions


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By Tom Davidson

If you want to get people thinking, solving and doing, put horsepower in your questions! If you don’t, you’re likely to have plenty of nice chats without making any real difference. To get the most from your questions, use the following three principles. Make them short, open-ended and shut up! In my last two blogs, […]

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By Tom Davidson

Leaders who ask powerful questions, surface more information faster and solve problems better. To get the most from your questions, use the following three principles. Make your questions short, open-ended and shut up! In yesterday’s blog, I discussed how to keep your questions short; today’s principle is about the second principle, keeping them open-ended. Leaders […]

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Managing Self
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By Tom Davidson

The single most important tool for every manager is the skill and will to use powerful questions. To turn any idle chatter into questions that matter and information that counts, use these three principles to get stellar results. Make your questions short, open-ended and shut up! The single most important tool for every manager is […]

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