Good leaders ask great questions

Leadership guru and NY Times bestselling author, John C. Maxwell, wrote a book titled: Good Leaders Ask Great Questions. In it, Maxwell discusses the value of questions. “If you want to be successful and reach your leadership potential, you need to embrace asking questions as a leadership style.” Why?

“You only get answers to the questions you ask; Questions unlock and open doors that otherwise remain closed; Questions are the most effective means of connecting with people; Questions cultivate humility; Questions help you to engage others in conversation; Questions allow us to build better ideas; Questions give us different perspectives; Questions challenge mind-sets and get you out of ruts.”

The success and prosperity of every town, city, state and nation depends on its leaders. More specifically, Good Leaders Who Ask Great Questions! I’ve been a Carefree resident for two years now, and I’ve recently learned so much that I was unaware of about our town from Town Council candidates Sven Maric, Kathlina Lai and Duke Vukotic

( Not only do I appreciate their leadership attribute of asking great questions, but I’m also drawn to the fact that they’re passionate and extremely knowledgeable newcomers with vision. And quite frankly, I’m tired of career politicians at every level of government. There is so much good about Carefree, but there is also much to question.

Mike Davitt