What would you do if you lost your job?
Two Essentials to Help Your Team Do More Great Work with special guest Michael Bungay Stanier -- Leadership TeleSeminar Recording

Questions Successful Teamwork Facilitators Ask with Tom Heck -- Leadership Skills TeleSeminar:

How do questions impact a team?

Questions have the power to:

  • Wake people up
  • Prompt new ideas
  • Build confidence
  • Create openings
  • Leverage strengths
  • Change team culture

QuestionsRecent research now points to the conclusion that the most successful leaders lead with questions.

Unfortunately, many team leaders are unaware of the power of questions - - unwittingly using them in a way that disempowers the team.  Questions are used to cast blame and manipulate.  The result?  Information is hoarded and team members become risk averse.

In this free IATF Leadership TeleSeminar you'll learn:

  1. The six hallmarks of a "Questioning Culture"
  2. The four reasons we have difficulty asking questions (and what to do about it)
  3. Three keys to asking empowering questions
This TeleSeminar is a special collaborative event between the Southeast Region Association of Experiential Education (SE AEE) and the IATF.



Questions Successful Teamwork Facilitators Ask


Tom Heck, IATF President & Founder


Wednesday, March 3, 2010


Starts at 1 pm Eastern (NY City time zone)
runs for 60-75 minutes


Come to the call ready to participate in small group discussions, share ideas and resources, ask questions, answer quick polls, and be fully engaged as we put the newest distance learning telephone conferencing technology to use!


This call was recorded and posted in the IATF Members Only Area.


CLICK HERE to register (it's free).  Registration is closed.


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