Destination: Understanding leaving home to understand your neighbor

As globalization makes different cultures, customs, religions, ethnicity and traditions more accessible, polarization and insularity have encouraged us to turn inward, focusing on our own cultures. The world is in turmoil and our response has been to circle the wagons. We have stopped listening to the “other.” We have stopped learning from the “other.” This has made me reflect back to a leadership mission I led to Morocco this year, which served as a reminder of the importance of listening and learning to creating a more open society. Read more.