In Principled Innovation, perspective taking takes center stage in the exchange of values (Practice M1) and civic dialogue (Practices C1 and C2). London Business School professor Gillian Ku describes research showing how even simple mental exercises to practice perspective taking can have an impact on our stance toward others and increase people’s effectiveness at work.
The power of perspective taking
By: Gillian Ku and Kathy Brewis, London Business School
Leader-prep | Lifelong learners
Principled Innovation asks us to work with others and recognize the limits of our own knowledge so that we can better understand and tackle the complex issues our communities face.
What to trust in a post-truth world?
By: Alex Edmans, TEDx
How to break down communication barriers between teachers and families
By: Amanda Morin, Understood.org
Ethics Centre playlist, part 2: ethical decision making
By: Ethics Centre
Three strategies for helping students discuss controversial issues
By: Greater Good Science Center
Reflecting for change
By: Principled Innovation™ (PI)