Ask Better Questions is the headline of a good Harvard Business Review interview with Leslie K. John and Alison Wood Brooks.

The point they make about the importance of asking follow-up questions struck a chord with me. If you don’t, they suggest, it communicates that you’re just going through a list of pre-planned questions.

Here’s an excerpt:

In a classroom situation, of course, a simple follow-up question a teacher can ask is, “Can you please tell me more?”

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