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Responding to UN-answerable Questions

You must acknowledge to yourself and to others that these questions give you anxiety too. By admitting that you are much less likely to channel negative emotions and defensive feelings in your answer. Dig deeper about the question. Many times people ask

#384 - 2 Questions to Structure Any Talk

CLOSE. #384 - 2 Questions to Structure Any Talk. This comes from Ken Davis' book mentioned yesterday: Every Person Should. All you do in your presentation is tell them WHY. Every Person Can. All you do in your presentation is tell them HOW. In this

#013 - 6 Questions for future success!

CLOSE. #013 - 6 Questions for future success! You must have the right launch pad to accomplish longer-term goals. This 6 minute preparation will position you for future success! In this episode you will discover: Michael Hyatt's Questions mentioned in the

A Harvard Business School Prof’s Best Five Questions

CLOSE. Monday, September 12, 2016. A Harvard Business School Prof’s Best Five Questions. What to ask yourself when you don’t know what to do. Harvard professor Joe Badaracco knows that most ofthe time leaders have a pretty good idea of what to do next

#458 - 3 Questions to Boost Your Emotional Intelligence

CLOSE. #458 - 3 Questions to Boost Your Emotional Intelligence. It's just exactly as the title implies! You can see the HBR article in the show notes. In this episode you will discover: Boost Your Emotional Intelligence With These 3 Questions. Sign Up for Free Weekly Resources. Sign Up for Free Weekly Resources. ©2019 LeaderTribe. Website designed and built by. Marius Serban

10 Key Questions For Clarity In The Workplace

CLOSE. Tuesday, March 21, 2017. 10 Key Questions For Clarity In The Workplace. Question Number Two Is Counter To Everything You Think You Know. Has there ever been a time at work when you did a really awesome job, when you really went “above and beyond

#304 - The 4 Most Important Questions You're Not Asking

CLOSE. #304 - The 4 Most Important Questions You're Not Asking. Ask these questions sincerely, and your perspective will change, you'll be on the right path, and you’ll keep growing. In this episode you will discover: LeaderTribeYoutube. Sign Up for Free Weekly Resources. Sign Up for Free Weekly Resources. ©2019 LeaderTribe. Website designed and built by. Marius Serban

#203 - 3 Questions to Boost Your Emotional Intelligence

CLOSE. #203 - 3 Questions to Boost Your Emotional Intelligence. It's just exactly as the title implies! You can see the HBR article in the show notes. In this episode you will discover: Boost Your Emotional Intelligence With These 3 Questions. Sign Up for Free Weekly Resources. Sign Up for Free Weekly Resources. ©2019 LeaderTribe. Website designed and built by. Marius Serban

3 “Fog-Cutter” Questions for a Better Week

CLOSE. Monday, September 5, 2016. 3 “Fog-Cutter” Questions for a Better Week. Your best questions address the Important, not the Urgent. We all want to work on the important things in life, but instead we get caught up in what Chris McChesney calls the

#392 - The 3 Confidential Questions I Sent in Advance

CLOSE. #392 - The 3 Confidential Questions I Sent in Advance. Returning to my hometown, and wanting to give back, I did my VERY BEST training. It was a half day, two hours on Becoming My Best, and 2 hours on Team Building. I sent 3 questions that every

Curiosity didn’t kill the cat—but IT IS the secret to success

empowered?”. WE LOVE IT! And our respect grows for those who ask the best questions! Everyone tends to admire the person who has the courage to ask the question everyone was scared to ask. You see, when a person is curious and has a question about

The Best Way to Get To Know Interesting People

CLOSE. Tuesday, October 18, 2016. The Best Way to Get To Know Interesting People. You don’t learn by telling, you learn by asking. Years ago John Maxwell, the foremost leadershipguru, wrote the book Good Leaders Ask Great Questions. About amonth after the

The ABC of Greatness

It’s totally different when I get to ask penetrating questions and get heart-felt responses. Here’s one of the questions that I ask, and it’s a question that you should answer for yourself and that you should ask everyone on your team: “If 2019 is

4 Boxes, 1 List, a Better Life

CLOSE. Monday, February 13, 2017. 4 Boxes, 1 List, a Better Life. You’re 2 Questions Away From Happiness. When you’re life is a disorganized mess, the energydrain sucks. Literally. It sucks the life right out of you. Making progress onyour top priority

#294 - How "Normal People" Improve

CLOSE. #294 - How "Normal People" Improve. We've been learning about elite athletes, but how do the rest of us "normal people" continue to improve our lives? What are the things that we should be measuring? What are the questions we should ask? Today we

Congrats on your new job! What’s next?

it. Thankfully. Harvard Business Review. recently gave us a simple guide to follow. During the interview, you were asked questions. Now it’s your turn to do the asking—heads up though, HBR says it’s better to ask these questions regularly, not just when

#043 - Before You Make That BIG Decision

CLOSE. #043 - Before You Make That BIG Decision. One of the most popular HBR articles of all time, a Nobel Prize winner and two others come up with 12 questions to ask before you make a BIG decision. We discuss 5 of the questions in the podcast, putting

#038 - Champions Do This!

Question that you can use at work or at the dinner table to help people get better every single day. In this episode you will discover: 7 Traits of Super Productive People10 Key Questions for Clarity in the Workplace10 Tips for Adding Value By Showing Initiative

Where does leadership really come from?

the things you want to know about the leaders that you have encountered. According to the research, the most common questions you will have include: What do you stand for? How do you make decisions? What makes you happy or sad or angry? If you notice, these

#664 - Learning Leadership Must Be A Daily Habit: The Research Proof That This Works

CLOSE. #664 - Learning Leadership Must Be A Daily Habit: The Research Proof That This Works. Do you want to know what separates ACTIVE questions from PASSIVE questions? Listen to this research that will prove how much active questioning contributes to

#460 - Weekly Dose of Growth

CLOSE. #460 - Weekly Dose of Growth. This week gives you real life and practical lessons. We start off with learning about mastering one-liners. Then I talk about the time I was in an active shooter situation! Next we talk about three questions that will

#119 – Influence, Connection, and Accountability With Older Employees

CLOSE. #119 – Influence, Connection, and Accountability With Older Employees. Today, we answer not one, not two, but THREE questions from millennials! How does a young leader connect with older employees? How can you gain influence with older or high

The 1 Question Leadership Challenge

CLOSE. Tuesday, March 14, 2017. The 1 Question Leadership Challenge. 1 Question That Separates Top Performers From The Wannabes. The Video Blog is Here! To kick off this new era of video blogs I’m bringing it hard when itcomes to helping you be a success

#120 - Weekly Dose of Growth

CLOSE. #120 - Weekly Dose of Growth. The top group of people who listen to my podcast are executives followed by. millennials! This week, I take questions from millennials who aspire to grow as better leaders. We talk about making mistakes, becoming a

#627 - Relationship Between Courage & Learning: Learning & Leadership Have This In Common

this, people who say “I need help in this area,” or “Can I ask you a question?” get more respect than those who don’t have the guts to ask the right questions. Do you want to know why? Because leadership, for the most part, is a process of learning

#305 - Weekly Dose of Growth

CLOSE. #305 - Weekly Dose of Growth. We're covering meeting hacks that keep you in control the whole time, how to prepare for a difficult conversation, and 4 important questions you're not asking that can change your perspective and get you align with the

#534 - What Do I Do? When Will This End?

CLOSE. #534 - What Do I Do? When Will This End? What do I do? When will this pandemic end? Good questions. Today’s podcast has the answers. In this episode you will discover: That discomfort you're feeling is grief. grief.com. LeaderTribe is on YouTube

#293 - Making Positive Adjustments

CLOSE. #293 - Making Positive Adjustments. When you know that you want to improve, what are your next steps? How do we know what to work on? Those questions and many others are answered today when we learn from an NBA championship team--they learned the

Meeting Time: Speak Up or Shut Up?

great indicator of leadership readiness. So here are three great strategies you can try: 1. Prepare talking points. Do your research on what the meeting will be about. List your questions if you have any, and take note of your comments. BUT JUST BECAUSE

Should You be More Professional or More Personal?

situations. 2. Ask, ask, ask! Dive deeper by asking open-ended questions, not questions with a simple yes/no answer. Initiate the sharing and show some vulnerability: “I was nervous when I went to that class, how were you feeling?”. 3. Be interested—genuinely