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7. Do well2 Eng

7. Do well2 Eng

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Alexander

May 27, 2022
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  1. 天寶人香億萬里 1

  2. 天寶人香億萬里 2 Asking Questions Well

  3. 天寶人香億萬里 3 Asking Questions Well Open and Closed Questions Future

    and Past Tense Questions Positive and Negative Questions Curious Questions Silence
  4. 天寶人香億萬里 4 Asking Questions Well - Open and Closed Questions

    Open Questions Closed Questions (Curiosity – Enlarged question) (Specific question) Questions that can reach deep into the consciousness of the other person and elicit it. Ex.1) What kind of job do you want to do? Questions that can be answered without deep thought Questions that can be answered with yes or no Ex.1) Where is your hometown? Ex. 2) What day is it today?
  5. 天寶人香億萬里 5 - Future and Past Tense Questions Future Tense

    Question Past Tense Question Future-oriented and creative questions, questions to find alternatives (How?) Ex. 1) Is there a way you could improve this? Past-orientated, reproachable questions (Why?) EX. 1) Why couldn’t you do it? Asking Questions Well
  6. 天寶人香億萬里 6 - Positive Questions and Negative Questions Positive or

    negative elements in questions “How can I do better?” “Why couldn’t I do better?” Asking Questions Well
  7. 天寶人香億萬里 7 - Curious Questions Curiosity questions entertain others. Curiosity

    drives questions. Curiosity is not a coach’s guiding question. Client's unknown ‘Journey inward 〮 Companion’ Curiosity promotes the client’s own powerful exploratory powers. Curiosity opens oneself up and promotes trust. Interrogative questions make people defensive and foster anxiety and distrust among them. Asking Questions Well
  8. 天寶人香億萬里 8 - Examples of Curious Questions What does it

    take to achieve that?” Is there any other case where we can do the job better?” Can you simplify the meaning of that?” I want to know more about that. Could you tell me one more thing? If so, what do you think is good about it?” Is there any obstacles in doing that? Asking Questions Well
  9. 天寶人香億萬里 9 - Asking Curious Questions Well Improving leadership by

    building muscles of curiosity, like the muscles of the body. Sensing the other person's energy changes (excitement, anger, joy, sadness, etc.) Unlocking the clues of curiosity Great coaches don't have answers, they have curiosity. Asking Questions Well
  10. 天寶人香億萬里 10 - Discovery Questions and Neutral Questions Neutral Questions

    Discovery Questions It always excites coaches and clients. Basically, the purpose of coaching is discovery. Discovery questions ask about feelings, situations, beings, intuitions, inquiry, information, reasons, goals, challenges, motivations, and reality. Unbiased questions. Questions that do not contain subjective values or intentions. Questions that are not based on the coach’s ego. Asking Questions Well
  11. 天寶人香億萬里 11 - Coaching Practice Divide into groups of two

    and ask each other questions One is a coach and the other a client Decide a coaching topic Ask and Receive Questions (Curiosity, Discovery, and Neutrality Centered) Practice while swapping roles Asking Questions Well