Hope is one of those experiences that is neither a quality nor a skill, but a state of mind. We canʻt point to where it is, but we can see when a leader has it — as in the case of Malala Yousafzai, who has every reason to fear, and chooses hope instead. This post articulates some wonderful angles for thinking about hope and leadership — particularly usefully, explaining the difference between a strategy and a visionary energy to spread sparks in our communities and organizations!
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