Want to evolve your thinking to meet tomorrow’s leadership challenges? Keep reading.
I recently finished “Changing on the Job” by Jennifer Garvey Berger.
The concept of vertical development, helping leaders evolve their meaning-making systems to better lead in complexity, fascinates me.
This quote from the book resonates deeply:
“The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them.” – Albert Einstein
As you progress in an organization (or your own business) you gain more leadership authority and responsibility.
With that comes increasingly complex problems, problems that often lack clear-cut answers.
Horizontal development, or the acquisition of new:
Won’t suffice for thriving in these complex environments.
Instead, leading in complexity requires:
- Adopting new ways of thinking
- Embracing diverse perspectives
- Becoming comfortable holding conflicting views simultaneously
This book earned a spot on my list because it aligns with my current growth goal of developing as a leader and coach.
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