Interdisciplinary contextualization: Nowadays information is only a click away, the knowledge cycle is shortened significantly. The hyperconnectivity nature of digital breaks down the functional, geographical, or even organizational border. Businesses today become much more nonlinear, interconnected, and interdependent than ever. The border of knowledge domains is blurred and the scope of knowledge is expanded in the continual base. Contextualization is about broadening the understanding of a specific cause and effect in a specific context or the core issues of a situation which leads to true understanding and resolution.
Knowledge is concrete, and intelligence is contextual. So far wisdom and knowledge have evolved in humans with their eyes and ears open to understanding- "read between the line," "listen to what is not being said." Gain the contextual understanding of a specific cause and effect in a specific context or the core issues of a situation based on the identification of relationships and behaviors within a model, context, or scenario. To gain a profound understanding, it is the responsibility of each individual to examine themselves and to make sure they are open to true understanding. They need to shape a bigger thinking box, break down silos, apply interdisciplinary knowledge to discover patterns and rearrange puzzle pieces for coming up with better solutions.
Systematic insight: Insight is the intersection of analytic thinking and synthetic thinking; linear logic and nonlinear thinking; creativity and reasoning; the power of acute observation and deduction, questioning, connection, penetration, discernment, It's the act or result of understanding the inner nature of things or of seeing intuitively. The more complex the situation is, the more different approaches and role gaming is needed to reach for insightful understanding.
Insight is one's experience and exploration process, and introspection. Insight is a perception beyond the thought, a multi-dimensional cognizance, and it’s the experience to explore oneself, surrounds and beyond. Insight is being able to identify the root cause of a problem or the core issues of a situation which leads to in-depth understanding, empathetic communication, harmonized collaboration and innovative resolution. Collective insight is superior. If a team clicks, it may reach a shared insight of the situation which is always better than individual belief.
Objective perception: Perception is the way our eyes see the world, and our mind interprets it into reality based on our conditioning or beliefs, etc, leading us to make judgment. Even though everyone lives in actual reality, we experience actual reality through the filter of our personal realities, which is ultimately based on individual perception. So it is subjective and varies from person to person. Profundity often means your version of prescription is more objective, closer to the actual reality and is more persuasive for communicating with clarity and solving related problems comprehensively.
A mindful leader has an objective perception to be a good problem-solvers upon thinking profoundly, upon striking the right balance without any sort of extreme thinking or unconscious bias.Having a learning attitude allows them to gain cognizant of the different perceptions of the world, and having gratitude allows them to be more positive, appreciate good things happening. Your perception affects your world and therefore what you project on the world, which in turn impacts others positively or negatively.
A profound mind is open and deep, able to leverage multiple thinking processes in dealing with varying situations wisely. To improve decision effectiveness and solve complex problems today requires perception intelligence, interdisciplinary contextualization, systematic insight, enriched experiences, as well as taking an end-to-end response, a structural and an iterative approach.