Helena Clayton | It’s patronising and unhelpful to tell people what you think they should do, says this wonderful book. Rather, how can we engage with the world from a position of humility and come from a place of genuine inquiry? Good question – and it’s something I keep working towards. Progress not perfection, eh.
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It’s patronising and unhelpful to tell people what you think they should do, says this wonderful book. Rather, how can we engage with the world from a position of humility and come from a place of genuine inquiry? Good question – and it’s something I keep working towards. Progress not perfection, eh.

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Communication is essential in a healthy organization. But all too often when we interact with people especially those who report to us we simply tell them what we think they need to know. This shuts them down.

To generate bold new ideas, to avoid disastrous mistakes, to develop agility and flexibility, we need to practice Humble Inquiry.

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