Unfortunately, we’re losing our collective humanity through our addiction to “being correct” instead of “being connected.” Far too much time is wasted—in business, family life, education, etc.—because we are mired in endless debate, in bickering, politicking, and posturing. We create unproductive and toxic conflict through our need to be right. And... All of that can all change!
For me, ``What’s Right, not Who's Right`` reinforces the importance of leading in an authentic, curious, courageous, optimistic, and empathetic way. This is the formula for meaningful and transformational change. We must be purposeful in doing what’s right.