Month: April 2013

Executive Coaching Advice: The Art of Asking Open-Ended Questions

One of the most effective traits of leadership is knowing how to ask questions that yield useful information. The best questions cut through the clutter and noise to get to the heart of an issue, setting a basis for genuine and meaningful communications. These are open-ended questions, the kind that make connections and establish trust—the foundation …

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Get Vastly More Results from One-on-Ones with Your Direct Reports

One of the more critically important responsibilities as a CEO or business owner is enhancing the growth of individuals who report directly to you. The more these men and women are empowered to assume control of day-to-day operations, the more freedom you have to devote to strategy and vision, two activities that will dramatically further the …

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