Asking the Right Questions

Developing relationships with the people you want to coach begins with asking the right questions, and understanding how to motivate them.

$ 9 USD

Developing relationships with the people you want to coach begins with asking the right questions, and understanding how to motivate them.

$ 49 USD

Transform your workforce from good to fantastic by training your leaders to be coaches who encourage and promote growth in the company.

$ 299 USD

Unlimited access to all courses, learning resources and collections with new content at no additional cost for a full year.

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About

Have you ever been on a date with someone that did nothing but talk about themselves? Yep, we’ve all been there. They may have impressed you with funny stories, but they didn’t ask you any questions or take an interest in your life. Of course, they are not getting another date with you. Because they didn’t earn your trust or respect.

And it’s the same when it comes to coaching. If you don’t take an interest in your employees and find out what makes them tick, they will not feel motivated to work hard for you and will rely on others to fill in the blanks. By asking the right questions, your employees will be engaged and will start to reflect on how they can achieve their goals. This will inspire them to think for themselves and improve their skills.

What will you learn

Coaching isn’t just about having a set of correct questions to ask. It’s about asking the right questions, in the right way, at the right time, to help your team members reflect on their actions and make improvements to achieve their goals. Managers or leaders looking to improve their team’s skills through coaching should take this course to understand how to get staff to think from different perspectives and steer their thinking in the right direction.

  1. What is the importance of questions in coaching
  2. What makes a good question, and why
  3. How to use the 5 questions most coaches recommend

Coaching & Mentoring Essentials collection

Have you ever been on a date with someone that did nothing but talk about themselves? Yep, we’ve all been there. They may have impressed you with funny stories, but they didn’t ask you any questions or take an interest in your life. Of course, they are not getting another date with you. Because they didn’t earn your trust or respect.

And it’s the same when it comes to coaching. If you don’t take an interest in your employees and find out what makes them tick, they will not feel motivated to work hard for you and will rely on others to fill in the blanks. By asking the right questions, your employees will be engaged and will start to reflect on how they can achieve their goals. This will inspire them to think for themselves and improve their skills.

Other courses in this collection

Transform your workforce from good to fantastic by training your leaders to be coaches who encourage and promote growth in the company.

$ 9 USD

Developing relationships with the people you want to coach begins with asking the right questions, and understanding how to motivate them.

$ 49 USD

Transform your workforce from good to fantastic by training your leaders to be coaches who encourage and promote growth in the company.

$ 299 USD

Unlimited access to all courses, learning resources and collections with new content at no additional cost for a full year.

Courses: 
1
10
328
Lessons: 
4
46
1,417
Resources: 
Takeaway Tasks
Tasks+
Multiple
Duration: 
10 minutes
120 minutes
Multiple
Access: 
30 days
60 days
12 months
Optimized for mobile