Smart Leaders Ask Provocative Questions.

Here are some questions often ignored by many; asked by a few?
What would happen if we:

  1. Connected pieces to show the “big picture?”
  2. Created a visual map making it easy for everyone to know where we’re headed?
  3. Shared more success stories?
  4. Showed stories of how problems were solved?
  5. Showed stories of how ideas failed?
  6. Learned to be more trusting?
  7. Invited employees to share their personal leadership tips?
  8. Listened by asking what matters most to them?
  9. Simplified complex business ideas with personal experiences?
  10. Encouraged and told stories that point to something bigger than ourselves?
  11. Presented more personality and humanized our company?
  12. Started thinking “community” instead of “corporate?”
  13. Saw or heard stories of leaders capturing our imaginations?
  14. Told employees why we are in business in the first place?
  15. Demonstrated our values in action when recruiting potential candidates?
  16. Stopped using or creating strategies that don’t work?
  17. Simplified things?
  18. Considered today as the first day we had a communications department?
  19. Integrated employees regularly in our communications?
What about you? What questions have you used to drive employee conversations?

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