“Leadership is not as much about knowing the right answers, as it is about knowing the right questions.”
“Questions are the golden keys that unlock hearts and minds.”
Are you familiar with T.A.?
You are probably familiar with A.A. – Alcoholics Anonymous. Well, T.A. stands for “Tellers Anonymous!”
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- The 4 questions that one consultant uses to make a six figure income.
- The 3 questions that two good friends, who don’t see each other often, use to instantly connect with each other at a...
Excerpted with the permission of the author from Chapter Four of A More Beautiful Question by Warren Berger
One of the best ways to grow and maintain a culture of inquiry is to continually add new people who are naturally inquisitive.
Ask the average company leaders or managers whether they’re interested in hiring people who are good questioners and they’ll likely say yes without hesitation.
Yet, when they interview prospective employees, they often make judgments based purely on the answers given— following the “answers...