We all have differing belief systems. Some belief systems develop over time, other belief systems derive from our environment, our interests, our upbringing, or we inherit them from family and never question those beliefs. Questioning a belief system implies a strong sense of self-awareness. We have belief systems in our personal lives, and we also build belief systems in our professional lives. Often these different belief systems align with one another, and sometimes they contradict each other.

In leadership, having the self-awareness to question our own or our organization’s belief systems is a strong factor in successful companies, because in doing so, these types of leaders become more open to change and transformation. Here to talk about leadership, belief systems, and what leads to successful outcomes in business is Marcia Daszko, a “PIVOT provocateur” who has helped guide many organizations out of crisis.

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