Kerri Burchill, PhD
No one likes being the ASKhole
Updated: Jun 22, 2021
We have all been in those shoes – the ones where you know what you say is not going to land well. In case you didn’t know, you are positioned to be the ASKhole. When we are positioned to give those answers when people are not-so-ready, it makes us the target. These are dilemmas many of my coachees discuss during our work together.
What’s the solution? Two tips:
1. Never answer a question.
2. Assess for readiness by asking a question back.
Tune in to the video below for some examples and deeper exploration of the strategy to not be the ASKhole.