Profound leaders and professionals are open and deep, able to apply multiple thinking processes to expand their perspective of circumstances, and leverage nonlinear logic in dealing with varying situations wisely.
Back to the root of the word “profundity,” it means insightful understanding; it requires a person’s ability to grasp or comprehend information, be able to see beyond the obvious, look around the corner, dig into the root cause of the problems, and climb the knowledge-insight-wisdom pyramid step-wisely in order to solve problems thoroughly.
The gap between knowledge and insight is about the depth of understanding. Because knowing something is not equal to understanding it, understanding it doesn’t mean you can communicate and coach it effectively. Here is a set of featured blogs to dig into the “keywords” of the 21st century to brainstorm the future of digital leadership and business transformation.
Innatefairness Fairness means to be unbiased, impartial, objective, dispassionately discerning, and open-minded. Fairness is one of the most significant traits in wisdom, the fairer you are, the wiser you become. Fairness is like the scale, weighing things up, and keeping the right balance. It takes both kindness and toughness to be fair; objectivity and discernment are all crucial to make sound judgment and be fair and wise.
Innerfairness Fairness means to be unbiased, impartial, objective, dispassionately discerning, and open-minded. Being fair starts with being objective. Being objective means you are not influenced by personal feelings or assumptions; but make judgment or decisions based on unbiased fact. The fairer you are, the wiser you become.
influenceviafairness Fairness means to be impartial, equitable, objective, dispassionately examining, and open-minded. Fairness is a concept with two characteristics to be judged by each individual for her/himself to be fair or unfair towards others.
InnateFairness Fairness means to be unprejudiced, equitable, impartial, objective, dispassionately examining, and open-minded. Fairness is both digital leadership and professional quality and a culture characteristic to improve professionalism and digital maturity. People are much purposeful, creative and productive under a positive and fair working environment. Which questions should you ask to assess a person’s fairness?
Fairness is a “Wise Thing” Fairness is like sunshine, we all share with it, warming us up, making us feel good. Fairness is like the scale, weigh things up, and keep the right balance.
The blog is a dynamic book flowing with your thoughts; growing through your dedication; sharing your knowledge; conveying your wisdom, and making an influence through touching the hearts and connecting minds across the globe. The “Future of CIO” Blog has reached 10 million page views with about #10800 blog postings. Among 59+ different categories of leadership, management, strategy, digitalization, change/talent, etc. Blogging is not about writing, but about thinking and innovating new ideas; it’s not just about WHAT to say, but about WHY to say, and HOW to say it. It reflects the color and shade of your thought patterns, and it indicates the peaks and curves of your thinking waves. Unlike pure entertainment, quality and professional content takes time for digesting, contemplation and engaging, and therefore, it takes time to attract the “hungry minds” and the “deep souls.” It’s the journey to amplify diverse voices and deepen digital footprints, and it’s the way to harness your innovative spirit.