Blake Hansen - Partnership - Idaho

Great Leaders Ask Great Questions

Voltaire said that we should judge a man by his questions rather than by his answers.

The smartest people I know spend more time asking questions than giving answers. They approach life is a certain humility that allows them to ponder, question and test.

The fastest way to kill innovation and suffocate experimentation is to believe you’re the smartest person in your organization.

If you want to get the most out of others, learn to ask great questions. Spend more time listening and collaborating.

Top talent doesn’t want to be told what to do. They demand that you engage with them to find different ways of thinking through problems and better ways of doing things.

I’ve learned that great leaders do not have all the answers, but as @John Maxwell “Great Leaders Ask Great Questions.”

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