How to let questions work for you
By asking Moving Questions, you introduce movement to situations that are stuck. Both professionally and personally. For you and other people. Step-by-step, this book teaches you how to ask Moving Questions. It provides you with ready-prepared Moving Questions. It also teaches you how to formulate your own Moving Questions. And how to ask the question in such a way that it’s moving.
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Triple your outcome with the toolbox:
a card deck with 65 ready made questions
This card deck will help you working with Moving Questions in your daily live. Super easy to work with, the 65 questions will do the work for you. Just pick a question to play with, reflect on or even ask out loud. Use them to coach yourself, someone else, a team or even a whole organisation. It’s not hard work.
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As an organisation consultant, Siets Bakker (1973) has guided numerous executive boards and management teams through their change issues. She is a forerunner in the field of applied systemic work. Siets is trained to facilitate family and organisational constellations, but is much more interested in finding practical ways to apply systemic knowledge to everyday life. The book, Moving Questions, is the product of her knowledge and expertise.
Others about Moving Questions
I do not know of any book that expresses asking effective questions as practically, aptly and at the same time light-heartedly as this book.
Many eye-openers for everyone who wants to bring others and themselves further, through a good conversation. The ‘quality of the presence’ and ‘it’s about asking the question, you don’t need the answer. The answer is for the other person’.
I find the practical, down-to-earth tone of this book particularly clever. Nowhere glidious or mysterious. Clear, recognizable and the most normal thing in the world. The examples appeal to the imagination. The assignments reinforce the invitation to work with Moving Questions.
A must-read! The book reads easily. Where sometimes some woolly language is used when it comes to systems, undercurrent and invisible layers, Siets Bakker knows how to explain to the reader in clear language which questions you can ask that help to break open situations that are stuck.