I curated the following from Jon's Blog and think this is a great starting discussion of what you can share.

http://jonandrews.edublogs.org/2015/05/11/were-a-people-shaped-profession-so-listen/

Tschannen-Moran (2010) provides many examples of questions which can evoke critical storytelling (teachers projecting how they feel) to temper where practice is and liberate colleagues to develop confidence. These can lead to coachable and scalable changes grounded in empathy (rather than sympathy or mandate) and trust. Some examples include;
  • Tell me a story that illustrates what has been working well for you;
  • Tell me a story about what you love most about your work;
  • Tell me a story that illustrates how your values come through in your teaching;
  • Tell me a story about a time when you tried something new;
  • Tell me a story that illustrates what helps you do your very best.