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Here are Paul's famous questions to start a conversation or to go deeper:
If you are going to use these in a live situation I suggest that you write them out before hand in a note book rather than appearing before the person with such a formal looking list. The list being handwritten communicates to the other person that you thought about these questions for them: so here goes in no particular order:
• What does your boss/leader expect of you?
• What do you expect of them?
• What do you expect from your staff? Have you told them?
• When did you last intentionally develop one of your team leaders?
• In the last 7 days have you received recognition/praise for good work?
• How much thinking time have you put in your schedule?
• Is there someone in the ministry who encourages your development?
• What causes you to grow?
• What’s the main thing that you have learnt over the last 6 months?
• What would you consider your main strengths to be?
• What would other consider your strengths to be?
• What do you pray for your self?
• Personal W/B/S
• What 3 decisions/activities are causing you the most stress?
• Do you have a best friend in the ministry?
• How can I help you?
• What area/areas do you think your team would say you need to improve in?