The best leaders I know do their research, consuming and metabolizing wide-ranging content and perspectives.
These leaders understand that, since they are servants beholden to those who choose to follow them, they own the responsibility to be well-informed, to be addictive consumers of knowledge, to be keen observers of human dynamics, and to be macro-learners.
These wise leaders avoid mightily organizational insulation and echo-chamber-like sources/resources that tend to foster very narrow world views, that limit innovative thinking, and that affect short-sighted decisions.
In short, the wisest leaders intentionally choose to be MultiGuided, rather than MisGuided.
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