· Leadership,Coaching,Questions

 My greatest strength as a consultant is to be ignorant and ask a few questions. ~Peter Drucker

 

Are questions passive or powerful? What questions must you answer for yourself in 2020? Which questions are you wishing to be asked in 2020? Which questions are you avoiding? Will you duck the tough question: what do I want?

What else should I ask you in 2020? Are you reflecting on your career at the end of 2019? Are you satisfied with the progress you made? Does 2020 offer you the platform you need to convert your potential into achievement? Do you have the best people on your side to support and mentor you through the challenges and choices you will meet in 2020? How do you want your professional journey to unfold in the coming decade?

I use questions to reflect on my own professional development. Coaches ask questions. I looked back at the Coaching questions I asked on Twitter during 2019, curious to look for patterns of interest. Which questions were viewed most? This is what I found:

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When you hear “Don’t #reinvent the wheel” what do you think? AndrewTheExecutiveCoach.com #Leadership #Coaching #Questions pic.twitter.com/5fPUmRgSJY

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"I wear the chain I forged in life," replied the Ghost. "I made it link by link, and yard by yard; I girded it on of my own free will, and of my own free will I wore it. Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol

Andrew Jones is an Executive Coach, Team Coach and Career Counsellor. Please contact Andrew directly if you want to learn more about this topic or subscribe here if you would like to hear more from Andrew in the future

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