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The Art of Asking: Ask Better Questions, Get Better Answers [Kindle Edition]

Terry J. Fadem

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Ask the Right Questions in the Right Ways...And Get the Answers You Need to Succeed!

Discover the core questions that every manager needs to master...how to avoid the mistakes business questioners make most often...ten simple rules for asking every question more effectively. Learn how to ask tough questions and take control of tough situations...use questions to promote innovation, drive change, identify hidden problems, and get failing projects back on track.

 

Ask better questions, get better answers, achieve better results!

 

“Required reading for every leader who wishes to see his or herorganization flourish and career progress.”

Garry A. Neil, MD, Corporate Vice President, Johnson & Johnson

 

“Asking, listening, understanding the real meaning of the answers, and taking actions based on facts are really the essence of managing. This book has helped me in connecting the dots in my understanding (and lack thereof) of why things really did not work the way I expected them to.”

Pradip Banerjee, PhD, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Xybion; retired partner, Accenture

 

“The framework and techniques provide outstanding ideas for executives to both gain better information and develop the analytical skills of their teams.”

Terry Hisey, Vice Chairman and US Life Sciences Leader, Deloitte

 

We’ve all met the corporate inquisitor: the individual whose questions seem primarily intended to terrify the victim. The right goal is to solve the problem--and to build a more effective, collaborative organization where everyone learns from experience, and nobody’s too intimidated to tell the truth.

 

That means asking the right questions in the right ways. This book will teach you how to do precisely that. Terry J. Fadem shows how to choose the right questions and avoid questions that guarantee obvious, useless answers...how to help people give you the information you need...how to use body language to ask questions more effectively...how to ask the innovative or neglected questions that uncover real issues and solutions.

 

You’ll learn how to adopt the attributes of a good questioner...set a goal for every question...use your personal style more effectively...ask tough questions, elicit dissent, react to surprises, overcome evasions, and more. Becoming a better questioner may be the most powerful thing you can do right now to improve your managerial effectiveness--and this book gives you all the insights, tools, and techniques you’ll need to get there.

 

  • Evaluate your current “questioning” skills...
    ...then systematically improve them
  • Choose better questions...
    ...and ask them the right way
  • Ask tough questions more effectively
    Get at the truth, uncover the real problem, and solve it
  • Master the crucial nonverbal aspects of asking questions
    Finding your best style and the right body language

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Ask the Right Questions in the Right Ways...And Get the Answers You Need to Succeed! Discover the core questions that every manager needs to master...how to avoid the mistakes business questioners make most often...ten simple rules for asking every question more effectively. Learn how to ask tough questions and take control of tough situations...use questions to promote innovation, drive change, identify hidden problems, and get failing projects back on track. Ask better questions, get better answers, achieve better results! "Required reading for every leader who wishes to see his or herorganization flourish and career progress." Garry A. Neil, MD, Corporate Vice President, Johnson & Johnson "Asking, listening, understanding the real meaning of the answers, and taking actions based on facts are really the essence of managing. This book has helped me in connecting the dots in my understanding (and lack thereof) of why things really did not work the way I expected them to."Pradip Banerjee, PhD, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Xybion; retired partner, Accenture "The framework and techniques provide outstanding ideas for executives to both gain better information and develop the analytical skills of their teams.

" Terry Hisey, Vice Chairman and US Life Sciences Leader, Deloitte We've all met the corporate inquisitor: the individual whose questions seem primarily intended to terrify the victim. The right goal is to solve the problem--and to build a more effective, collaborative organization where everyone learns from experience, and nobody's too intimidated to tell the truth. That means asking the right questions in the right ways. This book will teach you how to do precisely that. Terry J. Fadem shows how to choose the right questions and avoid questions that guarantee obvious, useless answers...how to help people give you the information you need...how to use body language to ask questions more effectively...how to ask the innovative or neglected questions that uncover real issues and solutions. You'll learn how to adopt the attributes of a good questioner...set a goal for every question...use your personal style more effectively...ask tough questions, elicit dissent, react to surprises, overcome evasions, and more.Becoming a better questioner may be the most powerful thing you can do right now to improve your managerial effectiveness--and this book gives you all the insights, tools, and techniques you'll need to get there.

*Evaluate your current "questioning" skills...then systematically improve them*Choose better questions...and ask them the right way*Ask tough questions more effectively Get at the truth, uncover the real problem, and solve it*Master the crucial nonverbal aspects of asking questions Finding your best style and the right body language


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4.0 von 5 Sternen Pretty Good Start 30. Oktober 2010
Von Kevin L. Nenstiel - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
I initially thought that author Terry J. Fadem approached his topic in too dry and declarative a manner, so that this book would be more useful in analyzing questions than in asking them. I thought he handled the Socratic method too axiomatically to be really useful. I felt he really didn't do his topic justice.

Then, just for laughs, I used his tips to jot possible questions in the margin of a meeting agenda. Though I can't say Fadem revolutionized the meeting experience, or breathed new life into a dead endeavor, it was one of the more productive meetings I have attended. I got straight, useful answers from participants who had been habitually evasive or vague. I emerged feeling like my time had been well spent.

I wish Fadem wasn't so narrowly prescriptive. I wish his language style wasn't so starchy. I feel he should have spent less print space on lists of boilerplate questions, and more on exercises to help us create our own questions. But as an introduction to the use of dialectic method in a business setting, this is a pretty handy book. Just be prepared to use it as a launch pad, not a throne.
43 von 49 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Art of Asking Helps Managers Get the Right Answers 16. Februar 2009
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
We've all been through "inquisitions" - on both sides of that equation. This book explores the process of asking - and answering - and describes how this skill set is essential for managers in any industry.

I was surprised by how many ideas I got from this interesting book - ideas for how to conduct meetings, how to get the information I need from colleagues and my staff, and some ideas for projects that came to mind while reading the book.

At first glance, this book looks like a taxonomy of "asking" - every possible type of question you might consider asking. Reading the descriptions and discussion opens more insights into the second theme of the book, getting the right ANSWERS, which is core to any business.

This book is a must-read for anyone involved in business, entrepreneurship, R&D, and especially human resources. I think this book would make a nice handout for a training class in human resources or general management, in a company or school. I can see how this book might also help balance questions and answers in someone's personal life. I am using the ideas in this book in my professional life and highly recommend this book.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Occasionally good ideas, bad writing 5. Juni 2010
Von picardo - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
This book has some interesting information, but does not offer clear and unambiguous guidance. It's written in manner that makes your eyes glaze over, and you can tell it's been written by the numbers (sometimes literally): a theme sentence, an anecdote, five paragraphs of drivel, and finally a summation paragraph. Its most important ideas are scattered observations, often presented as lists; but the problem with that is there is far too much raw observation and not enough analysis. Don't give me a list, give me something I can follow!

That's why the book is not worth the effort.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Review for the art of asking 14. Juli 2010
Von the prancing llama - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
I didn't feel like I got any new ideas about what sorts of questions to ask, and I don't even usually read books about this subject. Some of the anecdotes were interesting and the rest of the book not so much. Many of the managers mentioned in this book as examples of how not to behave just made me angry. There weren't enough examples of managers who asked the right things. They all fit the stereotype that people have of wall street in the current economy. They were all ignorant backstabbers but still ended up getting promotions and bonuses anyway. So what is the point of being a good manager who can ask the right questions if you will get rewarded for doing the exact opposite? I couldn't finish reading beyond the first half of the book.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Kindle edition is unreadable 13. März 2012
Von Kris - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
The Kindle edition is not readable due to formatting errors and missing pages. No matter which font, line spacing, or words per line the text runs off the screen.

Perhaps this is the reason the price was a promotional zero dollars.
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