Problem solvers love to use the word, “but” which unfortunately is one of the most polarizing words in the English language; it can push people away and make them feel like you are against them. Instead, Tim Arnold tells us that great leaders choose to use the word “and” builds a bridge to collaboration, openness, and engagement.

Three reasons to tune in:

  1. See the power of moving beyond traditional “either/or” thinking by unlocking the power of “both/and.”
  2. Understand how AND thinking is not about compromise (splitting the pie) but about true collaboration (increasing the size of the pie for all parties).
  3. Use balanced tensions alongside AND thinking to move from one right answer to exponential opportunities.
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