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July 11, 2019 in News Tags: ,

In the course of coaching sessions questions form as sequences of a film that lead to another in a way of thinking that it drives decisions and these, in turn, new actions. The questions have a special quality, you can not answer them. They force you to reflect on your experience. The metaphor that considers a question as a flashlight is very appropriate. The questions shed light on some areas and left others in the dark. It is very effective start by always open, comprehensive or general questions and continue with derivative, detailed questions. They must be made at the appropriate time.

All the questions have purpose. They focus on the experience of the other. They are honest and expect equally honest and sincere answers. They collect information. They build and maintain harmony. And they are also very useful for creating or changing emotional States.

The questions are very powerful if they share the basic characteristics that we have experienced:-must be very precise. -Tend to start why, concerning objectives, values, beliefs, how, processes and resources, when, at the time, how much, quantity. -They lead to action. They are oriented to find options, alternatives, solutions, and drive to do it. -They are oriented to the present and the future. The objectives and their results. To solve the problems without binding on them. They are positive. -They have a defined purpose and empowering presumptions. When you are with clients with a language that denotes a limited thinking questions will serve to expand it, release it and up to encourage it to act. The questions are useful for questioning the incoherence of thought. If you are a coach,-do you use them for questioning not contrasting assumptions, generalizations, useless comparisons, ill-considered opinions? If you question the language with questions your client you do it also to his way of thinking and get that you inquire, crawl the reality. It thus establishes its own plan to solve problems, for example, the structural conflict. Questions can also affect the emotional state of the other. For example: what is the worst that can happen? Or why you fear it? You’re very desperate? Induce him to be worse. These are questions of anti-coaching. However questions that favor a State of personal domain. Questions that have this purpose may refer to successful experiences, powerful resources that owns or may own, relationships that appreciates and those that induce to think in some objective reached. You’re questions if you can rferirse to the past. In the module emotional state you will see the importance that have the questions to its management. These skills, as all of them, are purchased with real experience and practices.

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