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Powerful Questions workshop @ The Learning Hub

What is the quality of questions you usually ask?
How often do you come up with questions that provoke new thinking and possibilities?

Powerful questions open the door to dialogue and discovery. They are an invitation to creative insights & breakthrough thinking, and thus, lead to powerful actions.

The problem is that we don’t learn how to ask such questions! More often than not, we ask wrong questions - they drain our energy, lead to dead ends, limit our options, or put ourselves in a box.

As a result of our education, which is mainly based on answers, many people are uncomfortable with not knowing and rush into “conventional” questions.

Through this workshop, you will discover the elements of powerful questions, different dimensions of a question, and how to frame better questions. You are also invited to take part in an engaging game, where we mindfully play with some of the deepest questions inside us.

Last but not least, you will have time to reflect as individual and as a group, so that you can get the best out of the workshop and bring it into your daily life.

Registration (20 slots): https://bit.ly/2YCrpOJ

Fee: You can choose to pay an amount from 0 VND to infinity for the workshop. Please take a moment to read more about how you can do it in the registration form.

 

Wednesday, 14 August

6:30pm - 9:30pm

The Learning Hub | 14 Ngo Quyen, Hanoi

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