In today’s episode of Small-Time Leaders, Bill McGrane shares with us the art of asking questions and how staying curious will help build rapport with a stranger in a matter of minutes. Often, we stop practicing our student mentality and don’t ask questions, and Bill reminds us that great leaders continuously stay curios and improve themselves so they can help others even more.
Bill McGrane is a transformational expert, a recognized authority on peak performance, organizational turnaround, leadership training, and personal and professional development. He has served as an advisor to a tremendous range of leaders and corporations all around the world.
He is also the author of “Just Ask,” an insightful guide to asking all the right questions on your road to personal and professional development, and ultimately extraordinary success.
Currently, Bill serves as the President and Director of McGrane Global Centers. He and his wife have four children and make their home in the Northern Kentucky/Cincinnati, Ohio area.
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