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H2Problem Solving Questions PDF

H2Problem Solving Questions PDF

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document from Michigan Peer Supports Specialist Leadership Training regarding defining defining just what a problem is and looks like.
document from Michigan Peer Supports Specialist Leadership Training regarding defining defining just what a problem is and looks like.

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Problem Solving Questions To Use
When did the problem first start?What happened that made the problem occur?What didn't happen that made the problem occur?When does the problem happen?Why is the problem happening?What do you know about the problem?What don't you know about the problem? (Ask other people)Is the problem more than one problem?If so do the problems need to be prioritized so one can be fixed first?Is the problem an important problem?To you? To others?Is the problem an urgent problem? (Does it cause imminent harm or danger?)To you? To others?Who is (directly) affected most by the problem?Who is indirectly affected by the problem?Is the problem a political one?If so what level of politics? If yes;Does anyone have any kind of a relationship with the politician?Does anyone else have the problem with you?Who decided the problem is a problem?
 
Who would be happy if the problem was solved?Who would be unhappy if the problem was solved?Who could prevent the problem from being solved?Why would they prevent the problem from being solved?Who needs to solve the problem more than you?What do you think will change about the problem?Will it be a change for the better or for the worse?What do you like about the problem?What do you dislike about the problem?What can be changed about the problem?What can't be changed about the problem?What will the problem look like after it is solved?What will it be like if the problem is solved?What will it be like if the problem isn't solved?What is the principle underlying the problem?What seems to be most important about the problem?What seems to be least important about the problem?What else do you need to know about the problem?Where is the problem most noticeable?Where else does the problem exist?Where is the best place to begin looking for solutions?Where does the problem fit into the larger scheme of things that are happening?

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