Objectivity

Question:

How can I see a situation from the position of a neutral, outside observer, instead of being excessively biased by my personal point of view?

Definition:

Objectivity is the capability to become a neutral, detached observer. Whether it is an interpersonal situation or an organizational problem, seeing a situation from an outside, distant perspective creates new information about whole system problems and outcomes. Going to an objective, third-person viewpoint is the basis for systems thinking, receiving criticism and effective self-coaching.

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