Numerous words convert sentences into questions: what, will, how, when, where, and who? These words validate the importance of questions that determine the information needed to assess and make necessary conclusions.
There is one word, however, that takes a level of preeminence and it is necessary to challenge the core of who we are and what we do as leaders.
Why? Nothing else needs to be added to this word to complete a question.
Children are famous for asking this question regarding every answer given by parental and educational authorities. Why?
As we lead, we must think more about why.