Many smart business leaders tend to look at the world through lenses that skew or limit their perspective, causing them to act on autopilot. When those lenses come off–accidentally or intentionally–these leaders can gain a broader perspective and make better, wiser decisions.
The problem is, it’s not easy for smart leaders to shift their perspective, because it’s all they know. Sometimes, to get out of their comfort zone and evolve to the next level, they need to do something counter-intuitive: they need to take off their “smart glasses.”
CEO coach and adviser Prasad Kaipa has worked with hundreds of C-level executives globally to help them cultivate wise leadership skills. He Says differentiating between smart and wise perspectives is the first step.