Tag Archives: Miki Kashtan

Questioning Leadership: How to Get the Answers You Need in a Crisis

When I argued that the “A” in leadership is asking questions, I emphasized the importance of courage and curiosity. Asking questions means getting nuanced and relevant information from colleagues and followers in order to lead effectively. It’s particularly important in a crisis. But there’s a bigger challenge embedded in this not-so-small strategy — how do […]

The Challenge of Creating Change

Tikkun Daily Blog is a fascinating resource for me, in terms of political thinking, spiritual work in the world, and leadership process. Miki Kashtanʻs post, the first of three, is interesting in the way it talks about the resources we need to create change in the world. “In the last few days I’ve been almost […]