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7 Ways Leaders Can Ask Better Questions

Collaborative bosses can use curiosity to escape the echo chamber of their own ideas

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MMany of today’s business leaders want to be collaborative. They want to harness the skills and independent thinking of the people on their teams to make intelligent business decisions. And yet, in my work with leaders around the world, I’ve noticed that…

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L. David Marquet

L. David Marquet

Former submarine commander, founder of IBL, bestselling author of Leadership is Language and Turn the Ship Around! Creator of Leadership Nudges on YouTube.

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