April 24, 2013

Environmental factors contributing to develop wisdom

I raised a point in class today that there might be some environmental factors that can develop or support the criteria to develop wisdom and it may include your social circle, community or friends. I can give an example that in this course of MBE, we found out the importance of reflections and we were asked to do this reflection, so basically we were provided with a platform that actually helps in developing wisdom. I think to some extent they do as if you stay in a company of wise people and observing them enables you to develop such attributes that are helpful in developing wisdom.

But here comes another factor that is WILL. If you do not have the will to learn and you are not going to adopt those good ways of learning being provided then environmental factors play a minimal role. So, a desire to learn should be there and in future, as a manger I would try to make an infrastructure where importance of the provided platform would be acknowledged and understood by everyone, so that they get the maximum out of it


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