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How to Ask Great Questions

Friday, September 29, 2017 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Joe Willmore, President, Willmore Consulting Group

Regardless of your role—as a chief learning officer, an instructional designer conducting a needs assessment, a trainer facilitating content in the classroom, an executive coach working with a leader, a manager supporting her team, or a performance consultant doing a front-end analysis—a critical skill is the ability to ask questions that open up insight.

Telling or lecturing someone rarely builds understanding. Asking wise questions can promote critical awareness and generate the understanding necessary for success. This webcast will look at a range of question roles and scenarios as well as provide examples of powerful questions.

By the end of this webcast, you will:

  • Learn how to use questions to move clients past order-filling requests.
  • Improve your ability to identify questions that provide fresh insight.
  • Identify questions that encourage clients to rethink their problems.
  • Get lots of sample questions you can use right away for specific categories and challenges.

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Presenter

Joe Willmore
Joe Willmore

President, Willmore Consulting Group

Joe Willmore is president of the Willmore Consulting Group, a performance consulting firm located near Washington, D.C. He has more than 35 years of experience with a wide range of clients, including the World Bank, Intelsat, Lockheed Martin, the U.S. Navy, Booz Allen Hamilton, and the Smithsonian Institution. Willmore is the author of several ATD Press books, most recently, Performance Basics, 2nd edition. He also has served on ATD’s board of directors and held other leadership positions within ATD and other professional societies.


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