Thought we’d share this fascinating piece from Medium. It’s called 10 Communication Patterns Used by Great Leaders.
It’s got some points that we thought were really thought-provoking. This is one of them:
Every leader knows how tempting it is to jump in and solve other people’s problems for them. However, if you’re doing the work of the people who are supposed to work for you, how are they ever going to grow?
The best leaders are able to control themselves and ask questions instead. Asking good questions takes practice. A good question is open, simple, curious, and often starts with ‘what’ or ‘how’.
There are interesting points here that would make more sense if read in its entirety. So, if you would like to learn about them, give the rest of this article a read…