In complex situations, prediction, control, and the right answer are illusions. Rather than offering one-size-fits-all tips and tricks in pursuit of these mirages, authors Jennifer Garvey Berger and Keith Johnston provide three integral practices that enable leaders to navigate the unknown. By taking multiple perspectives, asking different questions, and seeing more of their system, leaders can better understand themselves, their roles, and the world around them. Explore these three deceptively simple habits that stretch your thinking capacity in the book Simple Habits for Complex Times.