When it comes to personal and professional development, the CORE questions have emerged as a powerful tool for self-reflection and goal-setting. These four fundamental inquiries—Challenge, Outcome, Resources, and Effect—provide you with a systematic approach to show you the way from problem focus to goal focus.
By delving into each aspect, you can gain more clarity, define your objectives, mobilize your resources, and evaluate the impact of your actions. In this blog post, we will explore the significance of the CORE questions and how they can guide you towards accomplishing your aspirations.
Questioning techniques are an essential element in my coaching kit. Today I am therefore starting the ABC of Questioning Techniques, in which further questioning techniques will follow in the coming weeks. Let's start with the SPIN questions - SPIN stands for situation questions, problem questions, implication questions and benefit questions. In this blog post you will find out where SPIN can help you and how it works in a sales meeting with a client.
Today's blog article is about Question Storming - one of my favorite methods in workshops. Unfortunately, the method is often used incorrectly and thus does not reach its full potential. In this article you can read how you can do it better in your organization and your team.
Today let's take a look at a popular tool that you can expect to find in every good coaching toolbox - change of perspective. I will go into what the change of perspective is all about, how you can make the best use it for yourself and how a "cerebral cinema" for two practical examples looks like.