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Your Wednesday Wisdom!
An Activity To Do / A Question To Consider / An Idea To Ponder
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1 Activity To Do
Each day this week…
Seek diverse perspectives: Make it a habit to actively seek out diverse viewpoints and opinions on a regular basis and start each day this week.
Engage in conversations with colleagues, friends, or experts from different backgrounds and ask for their insights on various topics.
Pay attention to what you hear.
This exercise broadens your perspective and helps you consider different angles before making decisions.
1 Question For You
How do I actively seek out diverse perspectives when making important decisions? And what unconscious biases or blind spots might hinder my ability to fully consider different viewpoints and avoid any difficulty or challenge?
1 Idea To Consider
Brave v cowardly
(Thanks to a great conversation with an insightful and thoughtful colleague – Demy)
“In the realm of decision-making, there exists a continuum between cowardice and bravery, where true leaders find their footing.
As Winston Churchill once wisely stated, ‘Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.’
This profound quote encapsulates the essence of leadership, highlighting the importance of balanced decision-making that combines the audacity to take a stand with the humility to consider diverse perspectives.
It is on this continuum that leaders navigate the complexities of choices, forging a path that is both bold and compassionate, resolute and open-minded, ultimately shaping a better future for all.”
Quote of The Week
“A leader leads by example not by force”
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