Exploration of Worldview Intelligence as a Personal Leadership Practice
Worldview Intelligence is a personal leadership practice. Worldview Intelligent leaders have the skills to build strength from differences, to invite many and disparate views to the discussions at hand and to the create common ground needed to advance issues that matter.
The willingness to bring compassion, curiosity and non-judgment to understanding worldviews and how they impact our lives and the lives of people we interact with is part of the skills of a personal leadership practice. As such, in this exploration we provide the opportunity to:
- Explore your worldview, how it was formed and how it influences your relationships and communication
- Look at how systems thinking influences the development and perpetuation of your worldview
- Examine the neuroscience behind your physiological responses, learn to recognize triggers and identify how to use this information in helpful ways to expand or shift your worldview(s)
- Understand how storytelling influences your worldview and use reflective listening practices to expand awareness