Good Questions Get Good Hires
Information is everywhere but the art of asking a good question can help focus our awareness, thoughts and actions. The following are examples of questions that could ignite a chain of events that would change the course of your life. If you are looking for a new role or promotion your answers to these questions would be a great start. You may even what to volunteer this type information to enhance your prospects.
What is it about this role that energizes you?
How will success in this role help you to achieve what you want?
What makes you laugh?
What can you teach me?
When is the last time you were embarrassed?
What happened? How did you handle the situation?
What activities energize and excite you?
How do you have fun?
How good are you at accepting help from others?
How good are you at asking for help?
What is one of the internal battles to have with yourself?
What aspect of your work you are passionate about?
How could you create more balance in your life?
What bothers you most about other people?
How do you handle days when everything goes wrong?
How do your actions inspire others?
What makes you angry?
What are a few of your key strengths?
In its report "The Future of Jobs & Skills", the World Economic Forum declared that emotional intelligence will be one of the Top-10 most required skills by 2020. After we leave school EQ, not IQ is the most critical factor in our success.