How Asking Powerful Questions Can Lead to Strategic Outcomes
Teachers are likely familiar with Bloom’s Taxonomy and its structured approach to asking questions in order to help students learn by remembering, understanding, applying, analyzing, evaluating and creating. However, rarely does one find a college syllabus or corporate training outline focused on teaching leaders how to ask questions to improve results.
Thankfully, this does not mean that sufficient literature is lacking, and a review of several informative pieces indicates that leaders can study, practice and learn to ask questions in meaningful ways to achieve better individual, organizational and strategic results.
What opportunities might we realize by asking powerful questions during these unprecedented times?