Asking the Right Questions – Know More Going In, Learn More Coming Out

Thoughtexchange shares their tips for asking the right questions, from keeping language simple to finding common ground.

“The best questions draw on the widest range of perspectives to help decision leaders develop an understanding of the interests beneath the opinions. Hosting these kinds of public conversations also builds community trust and confidence in the decision-making process because the process is straightforward and simple.

Finally, and potentially the most impactful, these kinds of conversations help build momentum for the constant flow of new initiatives in our education systems. The community is able to contribute to the direction of the district, which makes it far easier to get people to buy-in once it is time for implementation.”

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