The below booklist is a mix of books that have been on my main bookshelf (both as inspiration and resources) during the past years of exploring and writing A MORE BEAUTIFUL QUESTION. Lots of building, changing, transforming, sparking, fulfillment, and creativity, I notice. Of course, I had to add my own books to the shelf, and I’ve also added some more recent titles that have impressed and inspired me. —Warren Berger
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I don’t know if they qualify as “beautiful questions” but there’s something oddly fascinating about the imaginative questions that band leader Reggie Watts asks the guests of James Corden’s The Late Late Show.
At the 2016 Capital Coaches Conference I’ll be discussing my belief that coaches, who already know the power of great questions, should teach their clients how to become beautiful questioners themselves.
In The Coaching Habit: Say Less, Ask More & Change the Way You Lead Forever, by Michael Bungay Stanier, Michael shares 7 powerful questions that can make someone a better leader or manager.
My stated goal for Question Week 2016 was to flood the internet with questions. And if you check out the Question Week Wonderwall where we captured a lot of the social media activity over that week in mid-March, you’ll see the hundreds of great questions and images that showed up under the hashtag #QuestionWeek.