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We all like to believe that we are pretty good judges of ideas. We think we can objectively evaluate an idea based on its merits and recognize a creative solution, an innovative breakthrough, or a smart decision. When it comes to spotting the brilliant idea, we, like Potter Stewart, believe we know it when we see it.
Here’s today’s proposition: There are times in working and personal situations where open-ended (unsupported) questions can unintentionally sabotage and seriously derail the communication.
The other day I found myself in the middle of a rapid fire questioning session with my 4 year old. As anyone with children is well aware, this can occur at almost any time. This instance found me sitting in the car with my daughter trying to answer the question “What does a hunter do?”
It's not always what you say; it's how you say it. Crystal clear communication is a cirtical piece of any innovation effort. We all know that words are not the only way we communicate with each other. Interpersonal communication also includes:
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