- How cognitive traps keep us from challenging our worldviews;
- How putting ourselves and others in a space of “constructive disorientation” encourages the adaptation of other perspectives;
- How constructive disorientation can be enhanced by nurturing mindfulness, learning with others, employing politics effectively, engaging aesthetic dimensions, and encouraging dialectical thinking; and
- How creating conditions of constructive disorientation in an organization can lead to deep learning.
“It’s not just going to be a podcast about book authors,” says Victoria Chang, the poet and chair of the MFA in Creative Writing program