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2016 was quite a year. Here in Brazil, there have been many comments over the last few weeks along the lines of “is 2016 over yet?” and “2017 can’t come any sooner!”. Now that January is here, the talk is that 2016 “is a year to be forgotten”.
The US votes today. Less than 24 hours from now we will know who has won the battle to be the next President of the United States. And it has been a battle, one that has captured the attention of the entire world.
What if there was another way of finessing the evaluation of people that most people cannot see?
There are bodies of work that study the development of consciousness—sometimes called levels of development. These studies can describe the degree of expansion present in the personal lens through which individuals see the world, and could well be a valuable leadership metric in the near-future.
I’m fascinated by the behaviours of people. What we can learn from observing them–especially in organisations.
And so I found myself wondering, in the midst of one the most historic votes in Europe’s history: 'What if the EU were an organisation and Britain one of its business units? What advice would I be giving them?'