5 Ways To Ask Questions Effectively and Get Better Results [ Live Interview – FB Live Linkedin Live]
They are many ways to ask questions – to get quick answers, to get deliberate and also to create engagement.
Sometimes you want more engagement, but then your audience seems to give you back one-word answers. Why is that happening? Could it be the way you are crafting your question?
Sumathi Krishnan dives into this topic, and shares “5 Ways To Ask Questions Effectively and Get Better Results” Sumathi Krishnan is a communication skills trainer.
She has been in training for the past 17 years.
She’s passionate about the art of communication and conducts programs on biz communication, presentation skills, writing skills and customer service.
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