Zone 6: Key Questions

Key Questions to Ask

Physical Actions: Observable physical behaviors
Verbal Actions: Observable verbal communication
Non-Verbal Actions: Observable non-verbal communication
Consistency: Regularity in behaviors
Change in Behavior: Observable changes or deviations
Behavioral Patterns
  • Walking pace
  • Tone of voice
  • Body language
  • Maintains a consistent routine
  • Changes in eating or sleeping habits
  • Gestures during conversation
  • Choice of words
  • Eye contact
  • Consistently punctual
  • Sudden increase or decrease in social interactions
  • Physical response to stress
  • Speech patterns
  • Facial expressions
  • Consistent work performance
  • Significant changes in mood or demeanor
  • Level of physical activity
  • Volume of voice
  • Posture
  • Consistent personal habits
  • Changes in physical appearance
  • Engagement in hobbies or activities
  • Frequency of communication
  • Non-verbal cues during interaction
  • Maintains a consistent schedule
  • Changes in personal or professional relationships
Contextual Factors
  • Response to physical environment
  • Response to social situations
  • Response to interpersonal interactions
  • Consistency in response to similar situations
  • Changes in behavior in different contexts
  • Interaction with objects
  • Interaction with groups
  • Response to non-verbal cues from others
  • Consistently positive or negative reactions to certain stimuli
  • Changes in behavior based on time of day or location
  • Physical response to changes in environment
  • Verbal response to changes in environment
  • Non-verbal response to changes in environment
  • Consistent reactions to changes in environment
  • Changes in behavior in response to changes in environment
  • Use of space and objects
  • Participation in group discussions
  • Use of non-verbal communication in group settings
  • Consistency in group dynamics
  • Changes in group dynamics
  • Interaction with nature
  • Engagement in public speaking
  • Response to public recognition or criticism
  • Consistency in public behavior
  • Changes in behavior when observed by others

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