Guest Post by Sean Glaze
Not everybody in your organization is a winning teammate.
That is because not everyone asks the right questions.
But everyone can become a better teammate by asking a better question.
And the most powerful question you can ask, regardless of the industry you are in, is this:
“Who is the best teammate you ever had?”
According to Webster’s Dictionary, a teammate is a person who belongs to the same team as someone else.
And we are all part of some kind of team… because LIFE is a...
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, including
Guest Post By Sean Glaze
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You have probably been raised to believe that it is your job to ask more OF your people if you are a team leadership. But that begins by asking more ABOUT them than “How are you?”
Have you ever called a coworker and HOPED the answering machine would click on? Have you ever asked somebody “how are you?” and walked past without hearing their answer?