Problem Solving Part 2

Last week I encouraged us to bring our unique selves to the problem-solving table. Because our perspective is vital for collaboration and innovation – to bring together all the POV and lived experiences.

And yet, another question remains…

Are we creating the best conditions for those unique perspectives to be heard?

Encouraging folks to raise their hand and welcoming the difficult questions.
To test, to fail by falling, learning how to get back up and move forward.

Because ignoring stagnant cultural norms and old-fashioned behaviours fuels the status quo and they might actually be the problems that require our collective attention.

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