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“A prudent question is one half of wisdom.” Francis Bacon
Welcome! My name is Simon Ash and I founded The Right Questions because I am passionate about equipping individuals, teams and organisations to become more effective at reaching their goals.
To do this I run alongside people to find creative and adventurous ways to plan, solve problems, deliver projects and ultimately realise a vision.
I love to be part of the process of discovery, where people find out what they are truly passionate about, then anchoring these values into strategy, identifying ideas for the future and nurturing those ideas from dreams to reality. Along the way I assist people in challenging their preconceptions, seeing things from new perspectives and then relishing the journey to whatever goal they have in mind.
The Right Questions name comes from a simple decision making process that was devised to help individuals and organisations become more effective in developing strategy and achieving their aims.
You can find out more about The Right Questions methodology by clicking on the button below.Methodology