How do you ask the right question?
How to Ask the Right Question in the Right Way
- Avoid asking rhetorical questions.
- Ask friendly, clarifying questions.
- Don’t set traps.
- Ask open-ended questions.
- Be grateful.
- Avoid stress.
- Avoid being too direct.
- Silence is golden.
How do you ask for a good follow up question?
Here are three types of follow-up questions that will enable you to understand more about a person:
- Ask your original question again, slightly differently. Don’t be afraid to ask the same question twice.
- Connect their answers to each other.
- Ask about the implications of their answer.
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 is a good question?
A good question is framed in a clear, easily understandable language, without any vagueness. Students should understand what is wanted from the question even when they don’t know the answer to it. ‘, the same question becomes clear and specific.