The Phenomenology of Perception (Merleau-Ponty) is about relearning how to look at things, to understand more than one perspective. This is the art of envisioning.
Data Cannot Drive Professionalism
Being professional is determined by an ethic not by labels, brands or spin. We know someone is professional by what they do not what marketing they employ. If someone brutalizes others, treats them like numbers (https://safetyrisk.net/data-cannot-drive-vision/), de-humanises and victimizes … Learn more >>>>>
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Just because someone says something is leadership doesn’t make it so. Similarly, it’s easy to label something as professional when it isn’t. Leading is either ethical or it isn’t leadership, you cannot have half-ethical leadership or a half ethical professional. Indeed, leadership without followership (https://www.humandymensions.com/product/following-leading-risk/ ) is simply one-way … Learn more >>>>>
We know that the things in life that we cannot count, count the most. We also know that the things we measure that don’t count are attributed with value when there is none. Numerics are not neutral but are attributed with meaning determined by one’s worldview.
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