What’s Right, not Who’s Right – a simple shift to end the world’s madness
Too much time is flat out wasted in the world today (business, politics, education — you name it) because we are mired in urination contests, in endless debating about who’s right, in bickering, politicking, and posturing.
Now, don’t get me wrong, I don’t think human nature is perfectible — we’ve been trying that for CENTURIES through philosophy, religion, etc. — with “some” benefits here and there. However, most of our efforts still fall short. After all, people are messy creatures who have all kinds of issues and imperfections.
That said, I believe we can do a much better job when it comes to treating each other with dignity and respect. We’re losing our humanity because we’re addicted to be “being correct” instead of “being connected.”
This powerful and insightful keynote will share a simple, profound secret… By humanizing “the other,” by listening first, by truly walking a mile in someone else’s shoes, by leveraging the power in “What’s Right” instead of dealing with the toxicity of “Who’s Right,” the world around us will transform.
By attending, you’ll be rethinking your thinking and reimagining your leadership style — plan on it!