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Leveraging Your Moral Compass

We can all imagine standing in the wilderness, holding a compass close, looking for north. Your personal compass may look more like a religion, morality, tradition, family, or a social identity. A moral compass exists “outside-of-self” and is very stable (neither relative to circumstances nor quick to change). When you need something to remind you of the difference between right and wrong, you turn to the compass.

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3 Antifragile Strategies

3 Antifragile Strategies Last updated on March 19, 2020 by Jonathan Mills Our corporate norm is to treasure stability. We call it “business as usual”, we fight for it, and most change management efforts aim to reach it as efficiently as possible. Moments of stability, however, are few and far …