Posts Tagged ‘leader’

Coaching

Power of Questions

Questions can elicit information, of course, but they can do much more. Great leaders use questions to...

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To Succeed You Must Ask The Right Questions

Guest Post by Daniel Newman Our businesses are full of smart people, and we are supported by even smarter...

How to Listen to Your Major Donor

Guest Post by Richard Perry and Jeff Schreifels veritusgroup.com/”...

Bury the Clichés

Excerpted with the permission of the authors from Chapter 13 of 'Power...

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

In October 2003, after 24 years, I stepped away from my role with Josh McDowell. Immediately I began to...

The Answers are in the Questions

Leaders often find themselves in situations in which they coach others or they must get to the heart of very...

What’s Better than Small Talk?

The introvert in me resists social settings filled with strangers I must talk to. But that is a common...

“Leading with Questions”

Special Note:  In 2006 I was browsing in a (now closed) Borders Bookstore and came across Leading With...

“There is only one question that I ask!”

The scriptures say, “Man plans his way, but God orders his footsteps.” Proverbs 16:9 Have you ever...

Mission Isn’t Important. It’s Everything!

Years of helping to solve problems has taught me that when you listen effectively and empathetically, it...

Three Simple Questions

Would you like to know three quick, simple questions that will instantly move your conversations beyond the...