Want A More Effective Team? A New Way of Using Questions May Be Your Answer

Want A More Effective Team? A New Way of Using Questions May Be Your Answer

Which of these describes your team(s)?  

  • Answer-based: Relying on known answers closes the mind. People respond to new ideas by being for or against. The outcome is winners and losers. Innovation suffers. The status quo prevails. 
  • Question-based: Questions open the mind, generating curiosity, possibility, exploration and discovery. Systematic questioning produces ongoing innovation.    

Which of these describes your team(s)?  

  • Answer-based: Relying on known answers closes the mind. People respond to new ideas by being for or against. The outcome is winners and losers. Innovation suffers. The status quo prevails. 
  • Question-based: Questions open the mind, generating curiosity, possibility, exploration and discovery. Systematic questioning produces ongoing innovation.    

Transform Your Team

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Transform Your Team

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Minimize friction. Maximize teamwork and creativity.   

Minimize friction. Maximize teamwork and creativity.   

Example: Finding Community Values

50 people. 90 minutes. The 3:40 minute summary video. 

We wanted to find a set of shared values to guide this neighborhood's future. (That's me, Daimon Sweeney, the creator of this process, at the end in the red shirt.)

Example: Finding Community Values

50 people. 90 minutes. The 3:40 minute summary video. 

We wanted to find a set of shared values to guide this neighborhood's future. (That's me, Daimon Sweeney, the creator of this process, at the end in the red shirt.)

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