#98: Leveraging the Power of Humble Inquiry to Transform Relationships with Dr. Edgar and Peter Schein
In this episode, we interview Dr. Edgar Schein and his son Peter about the second edition of their book Humble Inquiry: The Gentle Art of Asking Instead of Telling. They share a little about the book and why they wrote the second edition.
Ed and Peter describe why Humble Inquiry is not just a process but an “attitude”.
Ed talks about the different levels of relationships and shares how Humble Inquiry can be leveraged to raise our levels of relationship.
During the interview we also discuss the relationship and need for balance between Certainty and Clarity as well as Competition and Collaboration and how both relate to Telling and Humble Inquiry.
We close the interview with Ed sharing how leaders will benefit from applying Humble Inquiry every day.
You probably already realize this episode is full of wisdom that can benefit everyone. So, you can see, why it makes sense to listen now, can’t you?
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