How to Cultivate a Culture of Curiosity

The benefits of
curiosity are significant. Leaders should understand the importance of
curiosity for success and the different ways in which people are curious so
that they can cultivate a culture of curiosity at work.

Why is curiosity important?

The World Economic Forum predict the top skills in
demand by 2020 include creativity, originality and initiative; analytical
thinking and innovation; active learning and learning strategies. McKinsey
reports leaders of 21st century agile organisations must develop capabilities
to help them lead in unstable rapidly changing environments. A mindset of
creative discovery; fostering . . .

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