by Elaine on July 1, 2012

In coaching and consulting we need to stay alive to the structure of our own issues and be alert to the trajectory of our thinking. This was brought to life during recent discussion at the de Baak Think Tank on the challenges facing European Leadership. It is not only individuals that get stuck in habits of thinking; groups (and organizations) too work from path dependencies that inevitably constrain perspectives and ensuing actions. And it seems safe to assert that shifts in leadership do not happen when we hold too tightly to what we know already. But, to release and unlearn such pattern, we first have to notice its existence.

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