Bob’s 8 Most Favorite “Leading With Questions” Quotes

It’s the 8 Year Anniversary of LeadingWithQuestions.com

In celebration you’ll be receiving five special blog posts this week – each with a theme of “8” –  reflecting on the past 8 years. Below is the calendar of this week’s posts. Be sure to come back each day to enjoy these anniversary posts.

A Special Gift for You:

Committed always to helping you grow your leadership effectiveness, today we celebrate the 8 Year Anniversary with a Special Gift for You: Our just recorded MP3 Audio Book version of “Now That’s a Great Question!”

Please Click “HERE!” to request your free MP3 Audio Book.

Click “HERE” to instantly listen to Chapter One – “Confession: I Was a Benevolent Dictator.”

My 8 Most Favorite “Leading With Questions” Quotes:

    1. “Being heard is so close to being loved that for the average person, they are almost indistinguishable.” — David Augsburger LeadingWithQuestions.com
    2. “The Leader of the past was a person who knew how to tell. The leader of the future will be a person who knows how to ask.” – Peter Drucker LeadingWithQuestions.com
    3. “A fool finds no pleasure in understanding, but delights in sharing his own opinions.” — King Solomon LeadingWithQuestions.com
    4. “The greatest compliment that was ever paid me was when one asked me what I thought, and attended to my answer.” — Henry David Thoreau LeadingWithQuestions.com
    5. “Telling creates resistance. Asking creates relationships.” — Andrew Sobel LeadingWithQuestions.com
    6. “If you ask profound questions, you get profound answers. If you ask shallow questions, you get shallow answers. If you ask no questions, you get no answers at all.” — Bobb Biehl LeadingWithQuestions.com
    7. “Listening and letting people talk is key to winning them over in life, in business, and in all human relationships.” — Dave Kerpen LeadingWithQuestions.com
    8. “Leaders who refuse to listen, will eventually be surrounded by people who having nothing to say.” — Andy Stanley LeadingWithQuestions.com

Helping you increase your Leadership Effectiveness X10 by moving from “Leading by Telling” to “Leading With Questions” continues to be my only focus!

 

In closing, may I ask you for a huge favor?  Would you please take a few minutes to share with me how I might serve you more effectively during the coming year?  I am eager to hear and learn from you!

Bob Tiede

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Bob has been on the staff of Cru for 49 years. He currently serves on the U.S. Leadership Development Team and is passionate about seeing leaders grow and multiply their effectiveness. Bob and his wife, Sherry, live in Plano, TX and are blessed with 4 incredible children and 7 remarkable grandchildren.

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