Improved Critical Thinking through Asking Better Questions

Date(s) - 09/11/2014
All Day



Critical thinking requires reflective questioning and the challenge of assumptions we make everyday. To do that successfully, you must ask questions that will be effective for your situation.

Most leaders work on what they want to say, and not what to ask. As a result, they end up shutting down a conversation instead of opening it up. This webinar introduces participants to the basics of critical thinking and proper question structure, sequence, and drills to use for better questions.

Participants of this webinar will learn and begin to master:
• The 4 types of questions and when to use them
• Asking questions the receiver can answer easily, without feeling intimidated or wrong
• Correcting the most common mistakes made in asking questions
• Thinking your question through before asking it!

Ned Parks ~ Biography

Ned has been developing and conducting training seminars for libraries and library organizations for more than five years. Ned takes his passion for helping others to find their areas of strength and improvement by providing humor-filled leadership and motivational webinars and seminars on dealing with the challenges of everyday life. Ned takes it one step further – he gives participants tangible ideas they can use as soon as they leave the event.