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Leadership

6 Questions for Talking with Employees

Guest Post by Mary Kelly Some supervisors, even as experienced managers, have trouble talking with their...

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Using Questions to Promote Wisdom

Guest Post by Chip R. Bell Quality questions have a multiplier effect on learning. Ask an information-seeking...

ASK: What Keeps You?

Bob:  Have you ever had one of your most valuable staff walk in and give you their two-week notice?  How...

Curiosity: Asking the Right Questions to Motivate, Manage & Lead

Guest Post by Claire Laughlin First posted on March 17, 2013 at www.managingamericans.com Don’t you love...

Leverage Gripes and Complaints

One of the profound lessons I learned from the book, Coaching Revolution (David Logan & John King), is that...

Stop Fixing, Start Coaching

I've discovered among the many managers I've encountered: There are too few coaches and too many fixers....

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

Last week we took took a group of our “Emerging Leaders” on the Business Behind The Magic...

How To Ask – And Listen – Like You Mean It

Leaders who are helping others to grow and innovate are always trying to craft the best questions to make a...

Motivating Employees by Using Effective Listening Skills

Perhaps the most powerful of all leadership techniques for motivating employees is effective listening....

You Are Only as Great as the Questions You Ask

Guest Post by Jorge Barba Leaders lead through questions. Farnam Street published a post about the art and...

3 Tips for Better Listening—and the One Attitude that Makes all the Difference

Guest Post by David Witt Good listening skills are essential to any manager’s success—but sometimes...