Consent is a very radical idea. With the power to object, we also receive the responsibility to object. We can not say "We couldn't stop it.", "I was just following orders." We assume a shared responsibility to lead and act, not just specific people with roles or titles.
Withdrawing consent is probably what drives any change. "No, not this." And it propels us into a "Now what?".
*If we can not shut each other up anymore, how do we find a better way of dealing with objections and still be effective and efficient?*
*How might we use objections from the start to help create better solutions?*
Not just later when things have gone wrong and people tell you "I could have told you."
So what does withdrawing consent, stating an Objection do for us?