And the Next Question Is - Powerful Questions for Sticky Moments
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A very practical and easy to use book of 3,000+ powerful questions, forming part of every coach's / manager's toolkit; it enables you to easily find key questions in some of the most distinctive areas of coaching, such as confidence, communications & leadership.
you’ve got it? What will others see you doing when you’ve got it? What will others hear you saying when you’ve got it? Can you start and maintain this outcome? What else do you need to make it happen? If you need support, what do you need to do to get that support? When, where and with whom do you want it? How long do you want it to last? When, where and with whom do you not want it? What are the benefits of the current situation? How
would enable you to make the change easily and effortlessly right now? If you did know, what would you do / say / feel / decide? If I could give you the answer to what you want right now, what would the question be? What is the greatest truth for you in this situation? What is the truest thing you know about yourself in this situation? What is missing, that if present, would have the biggest impact? What do you really need to know? How will knowing serve
and we act upon them. Questions that challenge them can enable reflection and cause change; moving the client forward into a different, more positive action. What is true about this? Is that a belief that you are willing to change? What else could you choose to believe? What other perspectives are there? Have you always believed that? What rules might you be running here? What other possibilities are there? Do you have a belief about what
If you only had six, perfectly healthy, months to live, what would you do now? What would it take to have your ideal day? What would your ideal day / life / moment be like? How are you planning to get there? What is missing here? If a close friend was in a similar situation what would you say to them? What is the positive intention behind this behaviour? What, in this situation, can you be grateful for? What are you experiencing / thinking /
intent of the part that’s causing the procrastination? What is a realistic assessment of the time it will take? How would you break this down into smaller tasks? What kind of timeline do you want to follow to get through this project? Is there someone you can delegate this task to? What parts of this task could be delegated? How much do you really need to control? What would others gain if you were to share or delegate? What do you need to do to