Relationships: we all want better relationships, and improving our questioning skills is a powerful way to build stronger, better relationships. That's why, according to Anthony Robbins, successful people ask better questions.
“Judge a man by his questions rather than by
his answers.” ― Voltaire
Questioning is a critical communication skill that most of us pay little attention to. It is the linchpin to building stronger relationships, both professionally and personally. Learn to understand others before making inaccurate judgments that end up making things worse rather than better.
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July 16 - Course updated -new material added to the course.
****Wonderful instruction on how to question and more importantly how to effectively listen. - Private Business User****
***** Even asking question is an art. It's short and concise and I've learned a lot. Thanks for the course - Chris Tamin *****
Key questions types and their uses
Common question traps we fall into everyday
How to sequence questions to fully understand
What to listen for and why it is critical to success
Explore the different types of questions and the impact they have on your conversations. Eliminate problem questions from your repertoire and replace them with questions that build rapport and help you gain a deeper understanding of the other person. Avoid the everyday traps that most of us don't even realize we are making.
Learn what to listen for as people answer your questions and how to keep the conversation focused on the important issues.
Develop better questioning skills and you'll be amazed at the impact it has and the positive responses you get.
This course comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee and lifetime access to course material, including updates and additions. You will receive a certificate of completion on finishing the course. Courses can be accessed on computers, iOS devices and Android making it easy to learn anytime in any place.
This was an excellent learning experience that I expect I will come back to a number of times. Richard is very effective at explaining the concepts and providing great examples that help you get it. I wish I could get our L&D team at work to include it in grad and new starter learning. As a professional services company asking the right questions and listening effectively are critical to our success. This course certainly aids in developing these skills. I can highly recommend it. - Linda Anderson
The contents of this course are done very well. It poses some great ideas for asking questions that help prompt in-depth answers. - Jim Cordice
Really helpful thoughts and tips, many thanks. - Amy Hall
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With all this experience and expertise I have come to realize that a great deal of successful business and people management comes down to effective communication. In theory this appears straight forward, yet the reality is frequently much more challenging. This challenge is summed up by one of my favorite quotes;
'the single biggest problem with communication is the illusion it is taking place'
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