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[ABCs] G: Overview Pt 3: SK+INQUIRY

LeadU SK+ L&LI Microcasts:
A daily 1+ minute “conscious” read.

Remember in the last ‘cast I showed you the Seven Skills of INQUIRY?

  • Ping Insight
  • Probe Beliefs
  • Permit Story
  • Prompt RightACTION
  • Perturb Assumptions
  • Pause & Breathe
  • Pace Change
In part 3 of the Overview, I want to guide you through the process of learning we use to practice those skills:
  1. Modeling (Vicarious Learning)
  2. Dialectical
  3. Dialogue
  4. Didactic Learning
  5. Triads
  6. Round Robin Exercises
It’s actually a simple process of giving you an OPPOR+UNITY with a person with an SK issue or problem… to help.

How would you help someone? Probably start with a greeting and possibly some type of inquiry?

Yes, it’s that easy.

And since I pioneered this process online in 1996, we can guide you through the staged — but real process which is quite easy — using several formats, both virtual and face to face.

We will demonstrate these various learning modalities for you in our first class. Stay tuned,


PS: Deliberately schedule 5 minutes a workday for development and breathing — they both are mutually complementary and serve to sharpen and renew surfaces that are exposed to others… while improving the Conversations In Our Heads (CIOH pronounced [see-O] )

Even just 5 deep breaths can bring you back to “home” and center and it takes just 1 minute!

If you have any comments, questions, suggestions, or need some additional help, please visit https://www.leadu.com/comment/ to submit them.  Someone will get back to you within 48 hours.

We hope you pick up valuable insights, ideas, and tools during this process, which you can use for your own development as well as your work and leadership with others.

You, Me, and We @F-L-O-W

Mike R. Jay

Mike R. Jay is a developmentalist utilizing consulting, coaching, mentoring, and trusted advice emergent from dynamic inquiry as a means to cue, scaffold, support, lift, and protect; offering inspiration to aspiring leaders who are interested in humaning where being, doing, having, becoming, contributing, protecting, and letting go help people have generative lives.

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