A Topic Section of The New Conversations Initiative Communication Skills Global Bookstore
Books available in USA, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, India, China, Germany, France, and Japan in cooperation with HDB’s Global-Find-A-Book Service. This selection of books is brought to you by Human Development Books (HDB) & Global-Find-A-Book, Fairfax, CA, publishers, booksellers and book-finders, sponsors of the www.NewConversations.net web site and publishers of The Seven Challenges Workbook .
Free document: Sam Keen’s wonderful article on the great questions of life. Two pages that can change your life. As Keen says, “Your question is the quest you’re on.”
Free document: Chapter Five of The Seven Challenges Workbook , on creative questioning, includes the Keen article above, and references to creative questioning in many areas of dialogue and endeavor. (10 pages)
They’re an essential tool of the seeker and the problem-solver, and in our personal and professional lives, they can make the difference between getting what we want and going without. Questions have power-and by harnessing that power, we can change our world. This unique book reveals the seven powers of questions-and shows how to use them most effectively. Learn how questions can improve relationships, help determine what people really want, uncover opportunities, persuade others, and get more out of every business or personal encounter.
Written by a seasoned business reporter and TV news manager, this provocative “questioning manifesto” and practical “how-to” book gives people the insights and tools to ask effective questions that get results in every realm of their professional lives. It is also a powerful tool that will help business leaders create a progressive environment where questions flow freely and creatively-boosting knowledge and performance increase at all levels of the organization.
Change Your Questions, Change Your Life:
7 Powerful Tools for Life and Work
by Marilee G. Adams, Ph.D.
Written as an engaging fable, Change Your Questions inspires readers to take charge of their thinking in order to accomplish goals, improve relationships, advance careers, investigate new territories, and in general gain greater life satisfaction. This book explains how to “be your own coach,” outlines the author’s Question Thinking Model, and lists the top 12 questions for change.