7 Questions Leaders Should Use Often

Questions are a powerful tool for every leader. The greatest leaders I know ask lots of questions. Whenever I consult with leaders, one of the first things I do is analyze what questions the leader is asking.

Here are 7 questions leaders should memorize and use often:

How can we improve as a team?

Will you help me?

How can I help you?

Do you understand what I’m asking?

Do you have what you need?

What do you think we should do?

What’s next?

What questions would you add?

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  6. I'm enlightened here.

    First, Ron's seven questions show a high level of applied team approach skills, if we could ask these and other questions like those posted here, particularly when stress levels rise on the job, between family members, and in any relationship, I think the world would be a much happier and competent place in which to live. Perfection aside, we certainly would have fewer obstacles to in our way to achieve goals.

  7. These are questions for every PERSON…every DAD too.

    Two I am getting a lot of R.O.I. lately are in a similar theme
    1. If you could re-do this, what would be different?
    2. If you were tackling this, what would be your first step (thank you George Costanza)?