When I first meet others , I ’m curious about their background, what t hey are interested in, skilled at and/or makes them tick.
When I encounter an issue at work that I don’t understand, I research it or I seek out information from a colleague or expert.
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When I make a mistake or say something I regret, I pause and get curious (versus critical) about why that happened.
When I am frustrated with a problem at work my first instinct is to ask a question about what more can be learned in this situation versus who should be blamed.
I regularly take time to ask myself questions that invite self - reflection and personal discovery.
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When I ask a question of someone I’m leading, my aim is to help unlock insights — both in that person as well as myself. I want to discover something versus simply get the answer I expect.