My Takeaway of the Week: In our roles as leaders, we need to understand the "invisible assumptions" that guide our choices. These are the beliefs and biases that we don't always notice but can influence how we make decisions. At times, we may become overly engrossed in data and minute details, inadvertently overlooking these concealed assumptions. This oversight can derail us, compromising the effectiveness of our decisions. Enhancing our leadership efficacy involves attentive consideration of these invisible assumptions and their impacts. It's important to question and challenge our preconceived ideas and stay open to scrutinizing the subtle biases molding our thoughts. This enables us...