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Effective leaders serve as the hub for dynamic relational networks, connecting and engaging all around them. But how do you become this kind of hub, and what kind of beliefs and behaviors are necessary for building these kinds of relational networks?
Answers, by definition, are the end of a journey. They're a stopping point for growth. Questions, though, carry us into and through a process of continued exploration, ideation, and development. So, how do we build a cultural model around question-asking?
Unconscious bias is a trending topic right now, for sure. But learning how to mitigate it can be a challenging topic for those who have understood it as an indictment of their character rather than as an invitation into better. So, how do we shift that?
When we don't share a common vocabulary and set of values around the "diversity conversation" it's nearly impossible to create a shared vision about its impact. So, how do we reframe what we think we know and embrace the reality of what we don't yet know?
At the end of the day, it's all about organizational culture. Who we are, why we do what we do, and how we get it done are the questions that we must wrestle with as we seek to make our companies better places for everyone. So, how do we tackle such big questions?
For far too many people, every interaction, relationship, or meeting becomes a negotiation in which their win is positioned against another's loss. The reality is, though, as we develop trust and transparency we begin to see the win/win possibilities. So, how do we do that?