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Suggested Talks on the theme of the importance of the right questions


We live in a society which seeks answers, but do we need more focus on asking the right questions? It’s something Andrew ponders each day, both in his professional life and beyond the workplace. He questions the wisdom of a tick-box world which asks only, ‘yes or no?’ ‘In or out?’ If you’re curious to know more, it seems you’ve got the right mind-set.



Why should we ask questions? Educator Karen Maeyens explores the power of asking questions as keys that open endless possibilities and allow us to overcome old paradigms. From improving your personal relationships, to the invention of the Polaroid Camera and the foundation of a renowned University in Latin America, Karen talks about the benefits of asking questions and wonders how we can keep a curious spirit ignited. What will your next question be?



Asking better questions isn’t simply another way to make small talk. Instead, it’s a path to creating real connection with the people around you, in a thoughtful and genuine way. This talk by communication expert and certified life coach, Amber L. Wright, explores how to ask better questions and invest in one of life’s greatest currencies: relationships.


How to Ask Better Questions | Mike Vaughan | TEDxMileHigh


How can humanity increase its capacity to make decisions in an increasingly complex world? In this informative talk, thinking rethinker Mike Vaughan shares insights from his practice helping leaders solve big problems with the power of a good question.



Do you know what kind of questions teachers and parents ask children has a great effect on whether they can develop critical minds? Brian Oshiro is a teacher evaluator, he shares what he has observed in the classrooms and offers three simple questions we can ask to encourage critical thinking of the children and ourselves.



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