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Chapter 8. Types of Questions to Ask > 4. Feedback and Clarification Questions

4. Feedback and Clarification Questions

At certain times in meetings, the facilitator needs to bring closure or clarification to a topic being discussed. At the same time it is important that all team members are together in understanding the issue’s status. At such times, clarification and feedback questions are appropriate. For example:

  • “Let’s see Liz, if I heard you right; you are saying …?”

  • “Where are we; will someone summarize our position?”

  • “Who can paraphrase our position regarding recent productivity losses in the foundry?”

  • “You indicated a desire to analyze possible solutions to our automation errors; what area did we agree to brainstorm first?”


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