Strategic Questioning

When: April 27, 2019

Runs over 2 Saturday mornings — 27 April & 4 May

The questions you ask determine the answers you get. That’s why asking the right questions is so important.

In this course, Grahame Collier is going to teach us how to ask those right questions. It’s called Strategic Questioning. Based on the work of Fran Peavey, this two-session practical workshop will help us use questions for sustainability and social justice more effectively.

DATE: 2 x Saturday mornings - 27 April & 4 May 2019
TIME: 9:30pm to 1:00pm
WHERE: The Classroom, adjacent to the Randwick Community Centre, 27 Munda Street Randwick

Fran Peavey defines strategic questioning as…
Strategic Questioning is a way of talking with people with whom you have differences without abandoning your own beliefs and yet looking for common ground which may enable both parties to co-create a new path from the present situation. In every heart there is ambiguity; in every ideology there are parts that don’t fit.

Ideal for...

People involved in sustainability and social justice projects.

Outcomes

  • Learn how to identify and ask the questions that will make a difference.
  • Learn how to meaningfully engage with people who hold different opinions.

What to bring

  • notepad and pen.

Bookings essential

https://www.cec.edu.au/course/strategic_questioning