In this short audio clip, Bob Dunham talks about the misconception that information alone can change our lives, and what questions we might be asking for deep transformation.
Anticipating bold change and declaring change as a discipline allows leaders to be flexible and curious. They begin to reflect a growing confidence in themselves and in their relationships with others.
At Newfield, we often say that “I don’t know,” is a wonderful place to begin. It opens up the possibility for learning because it allows one to declare oneself a newbie.
When we take actions, ask questions, and our observe story from a fresh perspective, we can put the hidden architecture of culture in a place that is within reach for change.
It’s not just our creativity that suffers when we lack quiet, our capacity for self-reflection, for solitude, is disrupted. This disruption in solitude and self-reflection also impacts our human development.