Los Angeles, CA (PressExposure) July 14, 2011 -- What in the world are you up to?
Did that question make you think deeply? Well, I bet it did! And that's what questions are meant to do: ignite the strategic side of the brain and make you think, reason, and create. The very words "what" or "why", in open ended questions, spark the circuits of the brain and stimulate it to come up with an answer. For example: "What are your expectations?" "What can you do now?" "How will you handle this?" "Is this what you wanted?" Questions like these immediately send signals to the brain looking for a response. The Loral Langemeier Millionaire Maker program as well as the Loral Langemeier coaching staff really emphasizes the power of questions.
If a manager simply assigns a job to his staff, and the job turns out to be a fiasco, it's the manager who's responsible, since it was his idea. However, if the leader first gets into a discussion with his team by saying, "These are the goals we need to accomplish over the next 6 months", and then asks the question, "What can you do to contribute to these?" The team is then encouraged into self directed action, responsibility and accountability. The Loral Langemeier Millionaire Maker program and the Loral Langemeier coaching staff will teach you to become the type of leader who will boost the morale of your team and ignite creativity.
Loral Langemeier has always implemented "accountability partners" as a method of keeping her team focused and on track. An accountability partner is one who will help support your vision by asking questions about the task or strategy at hand. An accountability partner may ask questions like, "Edward, how's the work going?""What else do you need to do?""Do you need to renegotiate with the team?""How can I support you?" This partner's main goal is to prompt and support the person's determination to complete the task. The Loral Langemeier coaching staff will help you to become that type of accountability partner to your team through the Loral Langemeier Millionaire Maker program.