Effective leaders know who they’re leading. Not just the names of the people reporting to them, but the actual people.
That’s a challenge in any environment because there will always be people who keep things close to the vest, others harbor a distrust of management or leadership, still others aren’t effective communicators putting great onus on leaders to draw out information needed to build good relationships.
The current work from home environment adds another layer to that relationship building process and highlights the importance of Asking Better Questions.
If you want to be a thought leader who affects change and innovation you need to upgrade the questions you’re already asking in order to guide conversations that resonate with the people you lead.
Here are a few more reasons to be more strategic about the questions you’re asking.
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