What questions are you asking?
Asking questions and getting feedback can be a very useful way to improve yourself. How do you go about forming a question? Do you think it all the way through or shout out the first thought that comes to mind? A strategically placed question can be much more than that. It can allow you to grow not only your team, but your own mind as well. Here are a few tips for you to become a better questionnaire . Enjoy.
- Why am I on earth? This question must be answered in order to discover your personal mission and values.
- How can I be a better leader? This is a good place to start to develop your personal leadership and growth plans. Do you have growth plans in place?
- How can I grow my people? As a leader, your team should be your top growth priority. How can you help them grow both as individuals and as a team?
- How can I be more of a leader to you? These following questions can be asked directly to your team members. They need to know you are always seeking to improve their lives.
- What are you working on? This also goes very well with “How can I support you?” While these may seem basic, a correctly placed simple question can go a long way when building a relationship with your team.
- Ask personal life questions. Get to know your team on a personal level. Understand individual goals and how they relate to the team.
- How can I become a ten? At the end of the season or work year, have your team rate you and if not a ten, ask how you can improve. Honest feedback can be very valuable.
Did You Know? Coach Jim Johnson had successful hernia surgery on Thursday and is in recovery. Please keep him in your thoughts as he gets well enough to get back on stage.
Life Tip #14: Continue to grow as a person and make sure you have a personal development plan in place