Lead and Let Lead

Knowing more than someone else about a particular subject doesn’t mean it’s always a good idea for you to be the person in charge. Sometimes people need expertise, but sometimes they just need the experts to give them a little room to experiment. Sometimes people need efficiency, but sometimes they just need experience. Sometimes people… Continue reading Lead and Let Lead

The Mark of Mastery

Never let leading take the lead over learning. Our greatest responsibility is not to the growth of others, but to the continual evolution of our own intelligence, our own integrity, and our own sense of imagination. The best way to reach the people we teach is by maintaining what Zen Philosophy calls a “beginner’s mind.”… Continue reading The Mark of Mastery