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Framing great coaching questions.

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  • Nollzer

    While I fundamentally believe in implicit learning and the coach reducing his interference in the learning process, I would appreciate if anyone has discovered a book on the art of great questioning. Nowadays, I coach by questions and would like to improve my expertise.

  • ymk15

    The concept of clean questions as used in NLP is interesting and I have personally  found it useful.

  • NickRuddock

    I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for but a favourite book of mine regarding leadership and questions is HERE

  • fiona.mac.uk

    Book: Clean Language, Peek inside Revealing Metaphors and Opening Minds - Wendy Sullivan and Judy Rees.

    NEW - Get your Clean Language Questions Answered by Judy Rees Here

    A model for framing Good Questions to bring about positive change from Judy Barber

  • Triplepeel

    Great recommendations, Fiona.  Managed to get Judy Barber's book fo £0.01 from Amazon!  I'm sure I will get a phenomenal ROI here!

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