Michael J. Marquardt



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Leading with Questions: How...
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Optimizing the Power of Act...
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Building the Learning Organ...
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Global Teams: How Top Multi...
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Technology-Based Learning
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Leading with Questions: How...
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The Manager as Mentor
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“Long ago, Margaret Mead, the world-famous anthropologist, noted that we should "never underestimate the power of a small group with dedication to change the world; it is, in fact, the only thing that does.”
Michael J. Marquardt

“Of course, many leaders do ask questions constantly—questions such as these: Why are you behind schedule? Who isn't keeping up? What's the problem with this project? Whose idea was that? Too often, we ask questions that disempower rather than empower our subordinates. These questions cast blame; they are not genuine requests for information. Other sorts of questions are often no more than thinly veiled attempts at manipulation: Don't you agree with me on that? Aren't you a team player? If you tend to ask these sorts of questions, this book is for you. So the point isn't that leaders just don't ask enough questions. Often, we don't ask the right questions. Or we don't ask questions in a way that will lead to honest and informative answers. Many of us don't know how to listen effectively to the answers to questions—and haven't established a climate in which asking questions is encouraged. And that's where this book comes in. The purpose of Leading with Questions is to help you become a stronger leader by learning how to ask the right questions effectively, how to listen effectively, and how to create a climate in which asking questions becomes as natural as breathing.”
Michael J. Marquardt, Leading with Questions: How Leaders Find the Right Solutions by Knowing What to Ask

“leaders of great companies are both very humble and very persistent.”
Michael J. Marquardt, Leading with Questions: How Leaders Find the Right Solutions by Knowing What to Ask



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