As a leader, you always know the right questions to ask. You are skilled at gaining clarity from others about what they think, feel, and want. When you are trying to help someone express their thoughts, you use open-ended and non-leading questions. You also ask others for suggestions in a non-judgmental way, and focus on opportunities for learning rather than blame.
To improve your communication skills, considering trying the following Styles:
When you use the UnderstandMaking an effort to confirm that you have understood others correctly. Style, the recipient of your feedback will know that you have been listening to their responses non-judgmentally. This will encourage them to stay open to you, and share the information you need to get your points across effectively.