This month’s book club pick invites you to think and think, and think again. Centered on the concept that we don’t know what we don’t know, Adam Grant’s Think Again offers readers an invitation to challenge our assumptions—and then consider why we bristle at that very notion.
Grant, a celebrated organizational psychologist, introduces unique and engaging case studies to investigate how we can embrace the joy of being wrong, harness the surprising advantages of impostor syndrome, bring nuance to charged conversations, and build schools, workplaces, and communities of lifelong learners. This #1 The New York Times bestseller is as thought-provoking as it is engaging, and its lessons leave a mark beyond its pages.
Reevaluating our assumptions and learning alongside those we work with is a valuable part of Opportunity International’s model. Take, for example, our EduFinance programs. Formed as a response to ways that school owners and parents were already accessing and using finance from Opportunity International's partners, EduFinance was created when we paused to rethink how we support parents, students, and schools.
Our best ideas—and greatest outcomes—often come when we take the time to reassess our methods.
Read with us this month! We can’t wait to hear what you’re challenged to reconsider—and we’re so excited to think again with you.
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