Julie Winkle Giulioni

22 Leaders Share: “The value of questions in their life and leadership”

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Great Questions are more valuable than Gold! I recently e-mailed 22 incredible leaders that I am privileged to call my friends to ask them to share in a few sentences the value of questions in their life and leadership: Questions give me the right information to make an intelligent decision and the context in order to make a wise decision.   Josh McDowell – Speaker & Author of over 100 books,…

Coaching is Not Kleenex

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Coaching is Not Kleenex

Guest Post by Julie Winkle Giulioni Have you noticed how frequently the word ‘coaching’ is used these days? You don’t read an article, attend a leadership workshop, or even speak with managers without ‘coaching’ being generously referenced.  It’s used to describe the act of: Helping someone do something Chewing others out Passing along information Delegating a task Recognizing what’s gone well Giving feedback Teaching a skill It seems that for many, ‘coaching’ has grown to…

Closure is Overrated!

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Closure is Overrated!

Excerpted with the permission of the authors from Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go Question from Bob:  Would you like to add another highly effective “Leading with Questions” skill to your toolbox?  You will find the skill shared in this excerpt to be simple and profound!  And after you use it, will you please let me know how it worked? Given this focus on asking…

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