Based on brain science knowledge about the importance of questions in thinking and communication, the QUESTION THINKING™ approach empowers you to close the gap between what you know needs to happen and how to make it happen. In this practical, enlightening and “hands-on” course, you’ll learn QT™ methods and tools developed by the Inquiry Institute, while applying them to a current relevant challenge or goal for new thinking and new possibilities.
Change your questions, change your results.
August 11, 2017 | 1 Full Day ($450)
Leadership Louisville Center members receive $50 off – contact us for discount code.
Become a Green Room package holder and receive discounts of up to 20%.
Who It’s For
Designed for first-time supervisors to mid-level managers; also relevant for individual contributors.
- Greater self-awareness and understanding of how the questions you ask yourself and others impact the results and the relationships that matter most.
- Practical and powerful tools for empowering yourself and others that aid in decision making, strategic thinking, problem solving and innovation.
- Frameworks and models you can take back to use with your teams to enhance communication, collaboration and engagement.
- An action plan for addressing a real-time situation you would like to improve.
About the Facilitator
Whitney Bishop is an entrepreneur, facilitator and trainer with a focus on guiding leaders to think differently, ask better questions and more effectively navigate change for themselves as well as the organizations and teams they lead. Her experience in both the corporate and non-profit world, combined with her commitment to lifelong learning ensure an engaging, relevant and transformative experience for all those she serves.
Before leading her own consulting business, Whitney served in leadership roles within the nonprofit and corporate sectors. Additionally, she serves as a business strategy coach, serving over 60 international social entrepreneurs each year. Whitney is a graduate of the University of Louisville College of Education and Human Development, earning her bachelors degree in Occupational Training & Development. Her most recent certification is as Chief Question Officer, having been mentored and trained by Marilee Adams, founder of the Inquiry Institute, author and creator of the QUESTION THINKING™ Method. A lifelong learner, Whitney continues to enhance her expertise in facilitation, training and coaching techniques designed to call individuals and groups up and out and into the best version of themselves. She serves as a Volunteer Faculty member for the Center for Nonprofit Excellence and serves as the lead facilitator for the University of Louisville LGBT Center Advisory Council.
Continuing Education Units (CEU)
At the conclusion of Green Room courses, the Leadership Louisville Center will provide the following documentation for CEU credit purposes: Date, record of individual attendance, course title and description, course/event agenda, facilitator bios, course hours, and educator signature.
This course has been approved by HRCI for 6.75 PDCs. The use of this seal confirms that the activities have met HR Certification Institute’s® (HRCI®) criteria for recertification credit pre-approval.
Approval is at the discretion of specific licensing boards or agencies. Leadership Louisville Center is a Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI) and Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM) approved provider.
Certification Credits for HR Professionals
The HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®) has pre-approved this workshop for ### re-certification credit hours. The use of this seal confirms that this activity has met HR Certification Institute’s® (HRCI®) criteria for recertification credit pre-approval.
Continuing Professional Education (CPE) for CPAs
Leadership Green Room workshops can provide professional development for individuals licensed to practice as a certified public accountants. Our course completion certificate and materials provide the documentation required by the Kentucky Board of Accountancy for CPE credits. The state board of accountancy has the final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit.