The last few blogs have talked of learning in the cauldron of uncertainty. A friend recently sent me the following quote from Parker Palmer: “Great teachers will not just shatter our illusions. They will also bear embodied witness to the knowledge that there is a deeper place to stand when the ground beneath our feet gives way.”
- Why do great teachers and great leaders shatter our illusions?
- What is an “embodied witness?”
- What is the “deeper place to stand?”
- How could we use this passage to create a more positive organization?