So many issues in our current world are too tangled and critical for ready answers.
Leaders are usually associated with speaking and acting, in the best-case scenario, helpfully. But there is a time for a leader not to speak, not to be leaping into action. Instead, there are times when a leader's best contribution is simply to be present and to hold space for what is important to emerge. It is a time to step back without stepping out. It is about making way for what is not yet known.
In Part 2 of our Leadership as Holding Space series, Dr. Marilyn Taylor situates holding space as leadership practice in our context of social privilege and oppression, highlighting what we need to bring to those moments, including recognizing our own unearned social privilege, limitations, and needs for learning.
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