May 7, 2018
Have we become addicted to taking sides at the expense of our ability to collaborate or cooperate to get real things done?
Critical thinking in leaders requires something more than the ability to see two sides to any issue. Leaders who develop a willingness to see and work within nuance may be better prepared to lead diverse teams through disruptive times.
This week's Quick Tip: look for diverse perspectives as the means to uncover new and creative approaches that allow you to innovate and grow.
Next week's SQT (Spring Quick Tip); the Hint: how can the concept of muscle memory help you improve the results for you, your team or organization?
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