Objectivity carries the thought of being uninfluenced by personal feelings or opinions when considering and representing facts. The ability to lead objectively is rare, if not impossible.
Jesus said, “Do not judge according to appearance, but judge with righteous judgment” (Jn. 7:24).
From this thought we learn several lessons.
Examine the facts carefully. Make certain all the facts have been gathered.
Study more deeply and diligently. Emotions tend to rationalize truth. Dig!
Ask penetrating questions. Good questions develop depth to the information.
One word that should characterize the quality of all leaders is objectivity.