We are who we are because of our ability to teach and learn from each other.
Effective leaders see through “delusions of certainty,” lead by helping, and measure and reward the givers on the team.
A positive psychology expert teaches us to “mine the data of our existence” and construct a reality that fuels and empowers us.
A quiet revolutionary sees in our education system the failure of our society to harness the power of introverts, to their lasting detriment, and ours.
Givers “make their organizations better,” but they “are often sacrificing themselves.” Everyone wins “in a world where givers succeed.” We can create that world.
A conversation about the power of visual thinking, and what it looks like to
a blind man.
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