In seeking to engage with multiple and diverse perspectives (Practice C2), we must go beyond differences in race, color, gender, and social differences to also seek out the people who disagree with us the most. This cognitive diversity may bring new ways of thinking about problems and innovation around solutions. As the authors of this Harvard Business Review article write, “When you face a new, uncertain, complex situation, and everyone agrees on what to do, find someone who disagrees and cherish them.”
By: Alison Reynolds and David Lewis, Harvard Business Review
Educator-prep | Leader-prep
Why values matter
By: Jan Stassen, TEDx
A return to civil discourse
By: Malcolm Glover, TEDx
Cultivating collaboration: don’t be so defensive!
By: Jim Tamm, TEDx
By: Greater Good Science Center
What makes a successful, innovative team?
By: Cyril Bouquet, Institute for Management Development