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The Gentle Art of Asking Instead of Telling, with Edgar Schein
 

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Edgar H. Schein, a former professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management, has made a notable mark on the field of organizational development in many areas, including career development, group process consultation, and organizational culture.

He's the author of Humble Inquiry: The Gentle Art of Asking Instead of Telling (BK Business).

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    The Gentle Art of Asking Instead of Telling, with Edgar Schein The Gentle Art of Asking Instead of Telling, with Edgar Schein Presentation Transcript

    • we help you discover smarter ways to think, grow, and live.
    • This presentation consists of 10 highlights from the interview with @MoeAbdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
    • Edgar Schein Edgar H. Schein, a former professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management, has made a notable mark on the field of organizational development in many areas, including career development, group process consultation, and organizational culture. He’s the author of Humble Inquiry: The Gentle Art of Asking Instead of Telling (BK Business). @edgarschein
    • 1 You know you’re in a valued relationship when the other person sees you as a person and not just a role.
    • 2 The first sign of good communication is being acknowledged; make it a habit.
    • 3 Our ‘Do & Tell’ society rarely promotes intrinsic relationships; stop telling and start asking inquisitive questions instead.
    • 4 A great question is one in which you’re deeply curious about finding an answer to something you don’t know.
    • 5 Leadership today is about doing whatever is necessary within your value structure to move things forward.
    • 6 Want to build trust with your subordinates? Show genuine interest in them.
    • 7 As the leader, helping your organization shift directions starts with figuring out what the team needs to unlearn.
    • 8 Inspired entrepreneurs never blame others for their failure.
    • 9 Want to show humility? start by being humble enough to listen to a subordinate’s idea.
    • 10 Always remember that work is deeply human; Act accordingly.
    • 10 Always remember that work is deeply human; Act accordingly.
    • REALLY REFLECT... How often do you remember someone’s first name?
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