Distinguish Between Opinion and Fact: A Leader's Responsibility

A most responsible decision is to open discussions where people with all opinions, bias, concerns, and support can be heard and considered. Coming together to make sense of all sides and arriving at a place where most of those involved can agree is challenging and takes a good amount of open mindedness. It might even mean a leader has to change his/her mind and position as the cloud of opinions clear and the facts are clear. An example from outside of education can be found in Robert DeNiro's intention to open dialogue when he supported the inclusion of a provocative movie about autism and vaccinations at the Tribeca Film Festival. But he changed his mind.  Read more...

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