Marilee G. Adams



Marilee Adams, Ph.D., is an author, executive coach, facilitator, and professional speaker. She is president and founder of the Inquiry Institute, a consulting, coaching, and educational organization and the originator of the QUESTION THINKING™ methodologies.

Marilee is the author of Change Your Questions, Change Your Life: 12 Powerful Tools for Leadership, Coaching and Life, 3rd edition, a best-selling business and relationship fable about an executive coach and inquiring leadership. Teaching That Changes Lives: 12 Mindset Tools for Igniting the Love of Learning, is about cultivating the Learner Mindset for breakthroughs in schools. She also authored a textbook, The Art of the Question: A Guide to Short-Term Question-Centered Therapy. She
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“Blame keeps us stuck in the past. Responsibility paves the path for a better future. Blame”
Marilee G. Adams, Change Your Questions, Change Your Life: 12 Powerful Tools for Leadership, Coaching, and Life

“Maybe an example Joseph gave us would make this clearer. It had to do with a study that was done with two comparable basketball teams. Team A was coached with an emphasis on preventing mistakes on the court. Day after day, they reviewed videos that focused on their errors. Those mistakes got grooved in their brains. By contrast, Team B was coached with an emphasis on building on their successes. Day after day, they reviewed videos that focused on their most successful plays. So Team B’s successes got grooved in their brains. “To put it simply, Team A focused on what was wrong. Team B focused on what was right. I’m sure you can guess which team had the greatest improvement by the end of the season.”
Marilee G. Adams, Change Your Questions, Change Your Life: 12 Powerful Tools for Leadership, Coaching, and Life

“Blame keeps us stuck in the past. Responsibility paves the path for a better future.”
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