I wanted to like this more. The fastest way to crack open any situation is to use the surgical precision of a smart question. I recommend this book to everyone. I teach or have taught classes using all of these books, and highly recommend them. Buy this book and read it tonight.
. But after reading I have mixed feelings. We all have a Judger in us, but Adams offers hope in terms of switching questions. The right answer - you want to keep peace. How can we work together to meet our targets A question not asked is a door not opened I'm an expert at not taking advice How can we collaborate most effectively? This book is delivered in simple word.
This online book can be downloaded in our website. There are a few good mental tricks for changing your mindset when approaching problems, but it could have been boiled down way sooner and way easier. I am not affiliated with the associated companies or authors in other respects. Your life will never be the same! The book changes paradigms, organizations, and lives. And certainly there are other books that illustrate methods grounded in the principles. Do you feel lighter, more open? The third edition includes a new introduction and epilogue and two powerful new tools that show how Question Thinking can dramatically improve coaching and leadership. While I like the methods, I don't believe the story goes far enough to successfully show how to use the methods in real life.
This author helped me to examine the questions I ask myself when challenging issues arise. She proposes that we choose between two types of paths, two types of questions: the Judger path and the Learner path. Reading Change Your Questions, Change Your Life: 12 Powerful Tools for Leadership, Coaching, and Life gives you the positive influence in the future because this book is available with good inspiration and knowledge. The themes can be utilized in most any stage of life and nearly every form of work. At least this was told in a way to be interesting for what it was.
She is also a guest blogger for Experience Life Magazine. So I highly recommend reading this with another person if possible. She wrote a chapter for Action Learning and Its Applications, Present and Future and coauthored, with Drs. Often, we get locked into one way of seeing things, often one that doesn't do justice, either to us, or to the others in our lives. She has a chapter in Positively M. What kind of questions for what outcome? This skill of question thinking paves way to successful leadership as well.
This book helped me frame questions that elicited engagement and thought. This simple yet profound framework of questions has the potential to transform health care. In an organizational culture, the more that people can be taught these processes, the greater positive impact they can have on productivity and the bottom line. Very accessible veering on cheesy way to manage and change your mindset from judger to learner. The book contributes much to the fields of leadership and management.
I can no longer play victim as a result of reading this book. Marilee Adams proposes that the kinds of questions we ask of ourselves and of others, whether they be spouses, work colleagues, or coachees, profoundly shape our actions and our lives. When we heed to others, we get to know more about what they are trying to convey and we can have more insights on what they are talking about. It has opened doors for thousands of our Key Executive Leadership Program graduates, exposing them to a world of reflection, questioning, and professional and personal growth. The concept is simple: we can choose how to respond, with either unhelpful questions that get us stuck or more helpful questions that help us move forward, but all the models, maps and registered trademarks make this all feel a bit too packaged. There may be times where we are on judger mindset, but the moment we start realizing by asking questions to ourself to see, if this is what it is intended to or should I change myself, then we got a way to switch ourself to learner mindset. I learned much from this book and suspect I will return to read again.
She introduces different Question Thinking tools through this narrative as Ben experiences a transformation in his marriage and his work as he moves from Judger to Learner. Questions can really help guide you. I love the idea of what it takes to stay on this Learner path. If you are struggling with frustration about something, this helps you see how your perception of this situation is the real problem. By being curious to know what is going on, we can post questions with curiosity and this make other people feel respected and at the same time, this can help other people to change if required. And humor in the mix of it all. Whereas people with learner mindset will take the blame on themselves to learn from those mistakes and this is an example of effective leadership.
Change Your Questions is both practical and transformational. In simple terms, if we don't adapt to change from judger mindset to learner mindset, things may not turn success. In simple terms, it is all about questions what we post and how effective they are and how effectively we communicate them to others to make the change happen. Adams uses a tool called the Choice Map to illustrate these paths and the Judger Pit when we are controlled by Judger questions. Essential reading for those committed to their own success in conversations that matter. Read this book if you want to change you life - no kidding! Questioning is a tool at the very core of the coach work.