As companies learn to manage through the changing marketplaces and evolving workplaces, shaping an inclusive culture to meet the needs of the business and help their people transition through uncertainty. Despite the well-established benefits of curiosity, organizations often discourage it. This is not because leaders don’t see its value. On the contrary, both leaders and employees understand that curiosity creates positive outcomes for their companies.
What we will explore together :
In this session, we will discuss how to inject genuine curiosity into the workplace and the impact it can have on the organization. We will clearly define genuine curiosity and consider the following:
- Where might the capability to be genuinely curious play well in today’s environment?
- Why is genuine curiosity such an underused skill?
- If this is a priority in your organization, what are you doing to address these behaviors?
You can read more insights from Mike on Transformingcareers.com | What’s culture got to do with it?
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