Would you rather breathe in? Or breathe out? Quick, pick one! Okay, now you’re stuck with that decision…
Kind of ridiculous, right? Obviously, you need to breathe in and breathe out to stay alive. And yet we often confront thorny dilemmas as if we must choose one way forward.
As a seasoned leader, you’re lucky to get the problems other people haven't solved. Many of these have no clear cut, “one size fits all” solution. They tend to be multi-faceted and messy.
Making headway on these kinds of problems calls for another way of thinking. You might call it “both/and thinking.” It’s also been called “Polarity Thinking.”
Read more to find out how Polarity Thinking helps top leaders grapple with thorny dilemmas.