What's your method or in your crib sheet for dealing with educating and changing the superiors and equals you work with, also for implementing change with people who report to you? I've found leadership to be more challenging in a current era where many take fake as true, have worldview issues, knowledge gaps or insist fitting things with many shades into black and white. Especially when the bosses are a bit too far into micromanaging. Knowing to be careful about a threat response (fight or flight) and my long running standard of trying to effect change by getting people to see what they haven't seen before or yet seems strained. I try to be aware of false consensus effect. Don't laugh but I've actually carried these in a crib sheet for years. 1. Can I ask you a few questions to see if I can help you solve this? 2. How many different strategies have you tried so far, to solve this problem? 3. What other directions do you think might be worth trying? 4. Would you please set goals all of us can work toward? Maybe some of this should be considered "2020 issues" or my work in a stressed "essential business" but wow are people on edge and challenged. I have a lot of concern in this because I treasure the people I report to and those who report to me. My guess is there's a lot of this going around. We should try to help people but not get in our own trouble for it.