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Blind Spots

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Guest Post by Lee Colan All the questions in the world will not help your team if you are not listening. You don’t learn when you’re talking; you learn when you’re listening. Excellent coaches are also excellent listeners and learners. Mark Twain said, “If we were supposed to talk more than we listen, we would have two mouths and one ear.” If you’re not listening to your employees, you will gradually suffer from “blind spots” – weaknesses that are apparent to others but not to you. A classic episode of Seinfeld featured Elaine while she was…

What Do You Need to: Start – Stop – Continue?

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This week as part of our 5th Anniversary Celebration I am sharing the top 5 Posts of the past 5 years!  Here is # 3: Note from Frank Lio:  I want to add my congratulations to Bob on the 5 Year Anniversary of LeadingWithQuestions.com.   Bob is an amazing leader who has taught us that having the right answers begins with having the right questions. My post “Start, Stop, Continue?” is a deceptively simple yet powerful tool for practicing mindfulness using three basic questions. Use it to take honest reflection…

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