YOUR FOUNDATION FOR SUCCESSFUL LEADERSHIP
Most successful people are very busy. They are often focused on achieving their goals and getting work done. Rarely do people slow down and become intentional about asking questions. Though they are willing to acknowledge the importance of questions as a way to gain information but they never really see it as a way to lead their team effectively. Questions are simply a fantastic source for entrepreneurs and company leaders alike.
John C. Maxwell is a high-energy person who gets a lot done. He has been very successful. He had to train himself to stop doing and start asking questions. That strategy has been highly effective for him personally and for his team.
John firmly believes that good questions play an even more vital role in a person’s life. They can be used to form a solid connection with others, collaborate with team members, build grand ideas, and even develop people’s leadership. When embraced as a lifestyle choice, asking questions can open doors to increased personal potential. As he says in the chapter, “Good questions inform; great questions transform.”
The goals for participants in this mastermind are to:
- Understand why questions are so important,
- Become expert questioners of themselves and their teammates, and
- Leverage the questions they ask and the answers they receive to become better leaders.