March 11, 2019
Can Better Decisions Be Made by Illuminating the Future?
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Imagine the business results you could realize if you had better insights into your rapidly changing competitive landscape. What if you could illuminate future possibilities and "Chart the Course" in alignment with your desired outcomes?
To lead from an arising future implies that you can tap into future possibilities to source information that is critical for the future success of your organization. In essence, it is tapping into the best information available to make strategic decisions for the future including where to invest. It’s getting beyond the cognitive biases based upon the past that exist in every organization. These biases include framing bias, confirmation bias, anchoring bias, optimism bias, planning fallacy bias
The arising future is a puzzle made out of pieces. Each piece is held by a stakeholder who is part of the mission, the expression, and part of the collective of humanity. As with any puzzle, all of the pieces are required in order to have a complete picture. The ability to access the collective human intelligence of all stakeholders, including the leaders, provides that complete picture. You can explore the answers to any quest by revealing the puzzle pieces of the path forward. This can be done for any cause, project, or creation by gathering the puzzle pieces until you have coherent clarity about what wants to be created. Practically any area of business can benefit from arising future leadership. Examples of how this works:
There is really no limit to how leading from an arising future can be applied to your business challenges. Tapping into the unknown, where true possibility lives, allows Multidimensional Leaders to create and lead from an arising future.
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