The Leading Questions Dialogue Deck is a tool, designed for the growth and development of organizational leaders that is especially helpful for leaders who are new to formal leadership. The dialogue learning format and content are also useful in coaching subordinates.The Dialogue Deck utilizes leading questions that have been selected for their high relevance to guiding the dialogue for each specific leadership stimulus statement. The Leading Questions Dialogue Deck package includes 52 leadership dialogue statements and a facilitator manual.
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