Leadership and Questioning

many-question-marksAre you ready to take on the role of “Questioner-in-Chief?”

In this presentation, Warren Berger, author of the new bestselling book A More Beautiful Question, explains why today’s business executives must be more comfortable asking questions, and encouraging those around them to question more.

Warren talks about:

  • How dynamic change in today’s marketplace creates the need for more and better questioning by leaders
  • Research showing that the most successful CEOs are usually expert questioners
  • How to create a “Culture of Inquiry” in your company
  • Why some leaders don’t feel comfortable asking questions (and how they can overcome that)
  • How to get better at asking “actionable questions” that lead to tangible results
Warren Berger

Warren Berger

Warren will also share some of the most important questions that every business leader today should be asking him/herself. And he’ll explain why you might want to consider replacing your company’s “mission statement” with something more engaging and compelling—namely, a “mission question.”

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William Flamme

William Flamme

William Flamme is ExecuNet's Marketing Content Manager, where he is responsible for developing engaging career, job search, and leadership insight and delivering executive-level content across the various properties under the ExecuNet brand. Prior to joining ExecuNet in 2008, Will earned a master's degree in education and taught fifth grade and sixth grade. As a teacher, he deepened his appreciation for the written word and mastered skills necessary for managing writers who sometimes view deadlines as homework.

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