Here are a few books for your consideration:
- Ask More: The Power of Questions to Open Doors, Uncover Solutions, and Spark Change by Frank Sesno.
- Amazon.com: The Art of Asking: Ask Better Questions, Get Better Answers by Terry J.
- Amazon.com: Coaching Questions: A Coach’s Guide to Powerful Asking Skills by Tony Stoltzfus.
How do you ask a question in a book?
- Evaluate your current “questioning” skills then systematically improve them.
- Choose better questions and ask them the right way.
- Ask tough questions more effectively. Get at the truth, uncover the real problem, and solve it.
- Master the crucial nonverbal aspects of asking questions.
How do you learn to ask good questions?
Learn to Ask Better Questions
- Be curious. Executives who do all the talking are those who are deaf to the needs of others.
- Be open-ended. Leaders should ask questions that get people to reveal not simply what happened, but also what they were thinking.
- Be engaged. When you ask questions, act like you care.
- Dig deeper.
What is the smart way to ask a question?
Here are the four rules for asking questions the smart way:
- Follow the Google rule. If you can discreetly Google the concept while the person is speaking and understand it, you may not want to ask it.
- Eliminate cringe-worthy words and phrases.
- Stop at the question mark.
- Don’t ask more than 2 questions at a time.
What are good discussion questions for a book?
13 General Book Club Questions For Any Kind Of Discussion
- “What was your initial reaction to the book?
- “Do you think the story was plot-based or character driven?”
- “What was your favorite quote/passage?”
- “What made the setting unique or important?
- “Did you pick out any themes throughout the book?”
- Any “If/then” Questions.