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Out of the Question: How Curious Leaders Win

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Out of the Question: How Curious Leader Win offers a new mindset and a practical approach to thriving in the firestorm of change that today's leaders face. Existing businesses and business models are facing disruption at all levels. Our younger employees are not satisfied with just a job, but rather, want work that allows them to be involved and included in decisions or ...more
Paperback, 156 pages
Published September 11th 2014 by Advantage Media Group
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Lisa Kosak
Jan 26, 2016 Lisa Kosak rated it it was amazing
I am a lifelong learner. I love to read and learn about a variety of things I may never need to use. That doesn’t stop me. I just finished a book right up my alley – Out of the Question – How Curious Leaders Win in just a few hours. I was hooked. Authors Parsons and Milham assert that there are two types of leaders, Knowers and Learners. Most of us are somewhat in the middle of being a Knower or Learner however; we tend to lean towards one style or the other. To be effective leaders we need to ...more
Meredith Bell
Jan 25, 2016 Meredith Bell rated it it was amazing
Have you ever had a boss who asked you such a profound question that it stopped you in your tracks and caused you to think differently about who you are and what you’re doing? I have, but unfortunately, there are very few leaders who have this kind of impact. Most are eager to dispense advice and offer solutions instead of ask questions that cause others to think through a problem and come up with their own answer.

In their outstanding book, Out of the Question, authors Guy Parsons and Allan Milh
Jan 27, 2016 Jane rated it it was amazing
This book, Out of the Question: How Curious Leaders Win seemed tailor made for me. I’m a question asker, note taker, contemplative listener, and a life-long learner. The authors Guy Parsons and Allan Milham wrote this book for leaders who need to engage with their teams and improve results through optimal interactions. From leadership styles to productive conversations, it’s all here in this one volume. These authors expertly portray with clarity the differences between Knowers and Learners. ...more
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