1.       There is Only One Question That I Ask

2.       Can You Answer Three Questions Asked by Leo Tolstoy?

3.       Would You Like To Know How the Walt Disney World Textile Services Lowered Their Annual Employee Turnover Rate from 85% to   less than 10%?

4.        Would You Like to Know the Story Behind Sixty-Two Things I’ve Learned from Josh McDowell?

5.        Would You Like to Know the Four Questions One Consultant Uses to Make a Six Figure Income?

Goal:  Each post has the goal of providing you with one Gold Nugget to “Help You Sharpen Your ‘Leading with Questions’ Skills.”

What has been the most fun?   It has been hearing from colleagues and new friends from around the globe who have shared the great response(s) they received when they used one (or more) of the questions they have read on  “leadingwithquestions.”

Gratitude:  You are at the top of my “Gratitude List!”  Thank you so much for subscribing/reading/applying/sharing my blog!  I am also so grateful for all who have authored “Guest Posts” and for all the Authors who have given permission to “Excerpt” from their books!

Who do you think has learned the most?   Of course that would be me!   My day job is helping develop the next generation of leaders for Cru.  Not only am I asking better questions, I am also developing “Social Media” skills to help me better connect with those I am seeking to develop!

Would you please consider giving me a gift in honor of the “One Year Anniversary” of “leadingwithquestions”?  (Bet you didn’t see that coming)  Would you please give me “The Gift of Your Wise Feedback?”   In the “Comment” section below, would you please share:

  • Start – What should I “start” doing?
  • Stop – What should I “stop” doing?
  • Continue – What should I “continue” doing?

Thank You for your gift!  (please feel free to answer just one or two or all three or share anything you are thinking)

It is my honor to help you sharpen your “Leading With Questions” skills!  When Leaders Grow Everybody Wins!

Sincerely,

Bob Tiede 

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4 thoughts on “Who is Celebrating Their First Anniversary?

  1. W. Allan Rayson says:

    Congrats!

  2. Pam Smith says:

    Happy Anniversary! Bob, I am sure that you and your blog have been forwarded to many more than you could possibly know and as the tips are used by people you haven’t met yet, they have this thought: “now where did I first hear that? Oh, that’s right: Bob Tiede’s blog.”

  3. Joe Longo says:

    Bob, that’s an accomplishment to the glory of Jesus! Keep up the good work because the posts are very good!

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