Show Title: Listening: An Ethical Imperative For Leadership

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Hearing people are constantly bombarded with noise: traffic, sirens, radios, street noise, MP3 players, conversations of those around us, machinery and equipment operation noises, TVs, and on and on. Similarly, people who can see must tolerate the constant visual stimulation all around them. According to my guest, doctoral candidate, Kae Reynolds, somehow people learn how to filter and select attention to in order to stay oriented in the world. Our leaders are no different, they too must be able to tune out the noise and remain open to what is pertinent and purposeful to their leadership. But even more important, it is a leader’s ethical responsibility to know what to listen to. Join me and my guest, Kae Reynolds, as we explore listening in a way most have never done before. 

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