Why Great Leaders See More and Exclude Less

Feb 10, 2017

The central dilemma of a modern leader is to balance apparently conflicting virtues and beliefs without choosing sides between them.

Decisiveness, for example, is widely and rightly perceived as crucial to effective leadership. It’s the opposite of uncertainty and insecurity, which are paralyzing. But decisiveness overused eventually congeals into certainty. The balancing opposite is openness.

Read the full article on the New York Times.