Summary of Ask More
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Former CNN anchor and White House correspondent Frank Sesno spent his career asking questions. Based on his “taxonomy of questions,” he explores the value of inquiry. Each chapter covers a different type of question, including “diagnostic, bridging, confrontational, mission, interview, legacy,” and more. Sesno also discusses interviewing experiences, and he includes a helpful guide to possible questions you might ask within each category. getAbstract recommends his helpful manual to executives, managers, media professionals, teachers, health care practitioners and anyone who uses questions every day.
In this summary, you will learn
- How to ask questions
- Why you want to ask questions and
- What you can accomplish by asking “diagnostic, bridging, confrontational, mission, interview” and “legacy” questions.
About the Author
Frank Sesno is director of the School of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University. He previously served as an anchor at CNN and as a White House correspondent.
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