This just in – comments from client when she receive copy of Asking Great Questions:
I’ve browsed all the way through, and gone back, and flipped through it several times. I’m keeping it on my desk. I’ve used your questions intentionally maybe 5 times already, with my team as well as family. I think many of us are genuinely interested in others and want to have a meaningful conversation in a safe context, going beyond the usual, how are you, and what do you think. We need the tools to do it, to step beyond our comfort zone and the usual words. I love the question, what have you learned recently? A good one to ask oneself, also. Your book is a great conversation starter, but more than that, it starts great conversations! I can hear your unique voice in it, coaching through the pages. So very well done, Aileen, good job! “
So thrilled that this book is doing what I hoped it would do in the world. If you haven’t already got your copy you can grab it from Amazon now and if you want multiple copies for your team, email me for a discount code. Let me know what questions you use when you get your copy.
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My work has taken me around the globe and to conversations with people from many different nationalities, cultures and organisations. Wherever I've gone, the power of real conversation, founded on intentional listening and enlightened questioning, has been welcomed. It’s a core piece of our humanity to create the space for conversations that matter and to build connection and meaning with members of our family, our business and our communities.
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