Hidden in Plain Sight – The Power of Observation in this New Era – Diamond Mentor Moments #12 – Genein Letford

Just because you can see, hear, taste, and smell doesn’t mean you are observing to your fullest potential. The main way to create is to combine the data you are experiencing, or have experienced, in new ways. If your observational skills are below par, you are missing a great deal of opportunity for connecting the unconnected and producing innovative ideas.

Intercultural competence requires strong observational skills as well. Do you truly see your coworker or friend? Can you take in the data in order to have empathy? In order to lead well?

It starts with an open mind and the ability to observe. Check out this Diamond Mentor Moment about increasing your observational skills in the creative realm and the intercultural realm for this new era.



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