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ockquote>Talk less and ask more.
Your advice is not as good
As you think it is.
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"What's on your mind?"
This question is open enough that it grants your team member autonomy to guide the conversation whichever way they’d like, while also being focused on cutting right to the chase and getting after what matters most to them.
Ask this question more than once. Stanier says he typically asks it at least three times, and rarely more than 5 times. “As a general rule, people ask this question too few times rather than too many,” he says.
This question slows ...
Feedback is backward-looking and corrective. It doesn’t allow for exploration or possibility.
Coaching is preparative. It involves less telling and more questioning
“What’s the real challenge here for you?”
When we jump into problem-solving before we have a complete understanding of the issue from the employee’s point of view, we tend to solve the part of the problem that we assume they are struggling with which may or may not...
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The way to get others to see your perspective is to ask them for advice. When we ask them for advice, they put themselves in our shoes and look at the world from our point of view.
A common fear is that we may seem less competent, but when we ask for advice, as long as the...
Positions you as the hero or leader with all the answers.
Symptoms: Loves giving advice and telling others what to do.
Solution: Ask more. Talk less. Listen intently. Be slower to answer. Empower others to solve their own problems.
The foremost advice for making a great talk is to build your talk with your audience in mind. To do this in a powerful way, ask yourself what gift you are giving to your audience.
If it doesn't feel like a gift after you rehearsed your talk, there's more work to do.
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