15. Generative perspective questioning

Generative perspective questioning use key words like influence, impact, responses, respond, value, respect, significant hopes/dreams – challenges to explore people’s focus on three dimensions: Past; Present; Future

The questions use the principle of triangularisation, meaning that their full effect occurs when people consider their response to some questions from each dimension. Below are sample questions for each dimension:

Generative perspective questions – Focus on past context

 

Generative perspective questions – Focus on present context

 

Generative perspective questions – Focus on future context

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