Faced with innovation, your amygdala poses threats against ongoing change and tempts leaders to settle for safe routines. It takes gifted facilitators to create the kind of consensus that value the good of the people.
In government, lack of consensus leads to personal power struggles, and prevents insights for change.
In education, lack of consensus means stagnation that lead to crisis more than learning.
An economy, without consensus creates fear and panic.
Consensus building takes brain-power tools to disagree with respect, and to construct improved realities across one another’s differences. Check out mind-bending insights for collaboration at the Financial Post. What builds innovative consensus through prospering diversity where you work?