Good leaders solve problems. Great leaders ask questions. Furthermore, great leaders create an environment where questions—especially tough questions—are welcomed, asked and answered before decisions are made and after results are assessed.
To begin, one of many leadership workshops I offer, the “That’s a Great Question” workshop, includes some of the more than 500 provocative questions that I have developed over my career. These questions explore 18 compelling topics that I have found successful individuals consider on a regular basis.
I tailor my leadership workshops to fit your company and its unique needs. In addition, with more than 25 years of experience as a business coach and leadership consultant, I’ve am grateful to continue to serve as a trusted advisor to leaders at some of the world’s most admired companies. Trust in me to lead your team.
The Right Questions Matter Because They…
– Bring clarity to purpose, decisions and tasks
– Foster innovation
– Enhance problem-solving abilities
– Strengthen trust
– Improve listening skills
– Build confidence and grow careers
– Improve individual and organizational performance
In this book you’ll find more than 500 of the most provocative questions I’ve asked very successful people to help them get more of what they want out of their business… and their life. Practical results. This book, just like my leadership workshops, dives deep to help leaders implement practical solutions to real-life problems.
To discover the right solutions to business challenges, the right questions must be asked. Those questions are the key to removing barriers and unlocking potential, but the questions are different for every organization. That’s why my leadership workshops and speaking engagements are customized to drive meaningful and lasting change.
I have given more than 500 leadership workshops and talks on five continents to bring your organization my real-world experience as a sought-after executive coach and best-selling author of five leadership books. The result is an inspiring new approach that will challenge and inspire you and your team.
Business schools teach case studies. Hollywood blockbusters are inspired by true events.
Exceptional leaders are students of history. Decision-making comes with the territory.