From Henna Inam: Aware­ness of our “filters” (the lenses through which we see the world) reduces the static in the connec­tions we have with others. When we start to see a situ­a­tion more objec­tively it allows us to be more emotion­ally intel­li­gent in the situ­a­tion, make better deci­sions, act from greater objec­tivity, and estab­lish more genuine connec­tions with others. Listening to how you listen is truly a trans­for­ma­tional tool. · Go to Paying atten­tion to how we listen helps us be better leaders →