Five Conversations to Have Right Now

One of my favorite thinkers and authors, Meg Wheatley, offers five conversations we should be having right now. Below I've listed the five questions she offers as catalysts. You can get her expanded thinking on them in the BK Communique blog.

BK stands for Berrett-Koehler Publishers, one of my favorite publishers because they describe themselves (and act) as "a community dedicated to creating a world that works for all."

  1. Who is my neighbor?
  2. How can I cultivate curiosity rather than judgment?
  3. What is my role in creating change?
  4. Am I willing to reclaim time to think?
  5. Can I be fearless?

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