Transformational Questions (Expanded Version)

Content
11 modules

Rating

Course Length
30 mins

Instructor
Cody Wanberg

Released
04 Jun 2019

Description

The first professional coaching competency that you will learn about is asking transformational questions. 

  • What are transformational questions? 
  • What makes them impactful? 
  • How do I ask them in a way that promotes positive change in my clients?

Complete this course and you will be able to answer these questions and more.

Objectives

By accomplishing the learning objectives in this lesson, you will be better equipped to recognize transformational questions and ask them in a way that promotes change with your client.

After completing all the components of this course, you will be able to...

  • (1.1.1) ...ask clear, direct, primarily open-ended questions, one at a time, at a pace that allows for thinking and reflection by the client.
  • (1.1.2) ...identify that a coach’s questions are not leading (i.e. do not contain a conclusion or direction).
  • (1.1.3) ...describe that a coach's questions are primarily transformational rather than transactional focused.

Learning Credits

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Welcome
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Pre-Assessment
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Qualities of Transformational Questions
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What are the qualities of transformational questions?
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The Value of Non-Leading Questions
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Is This a Leading Question?
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Transformational vs Transactional
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Is This a Transformational or Transactional Question?
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Working With Transformational Questions
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Post-Assessment
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Course Survey
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Course was clear and easy to understand. The navigation on the website is a bit confusing.
 
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Added about 2 months ago, by Ellen
Okay, this is an unexpected outcome but I loved Cherie’s Ch1. Yes it contains a lot of open doors (or rather, doors that should have been open already :)) however she really digs into the whys and whatfors of asking the right kind of questions. So although I was pretty confident I knew what was needed, I found myself “learning and liking”.
 
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