Advocacy and Inquiry

Advocacy is making a statement about your position. Inquiry is exploring the views of others through questions. Advocacy and enquiry are the basic units of a conversation. How you state your view and inquire into other's perspectives determines the quality of the conversation. When your advocacy reveals the steps in your thinking and gives specific examples, it promotes learning. High quality inquiry seeks alternative views, probes the views of others, and encourages challenge to your own view. William R. Noonan - Discussing the Undiscussable
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