Much has been written about the power and importance of curiosity in organisations today. Learning, growth, agility and innovation – these are the fruits of the curiosity tree.

And yet, despite the abundant benefits, it’s still common to find ourselves slipping into less than curious states of mind.

Here, Dr Martin Challis dives into how we can embed the leadership practice of curiosity.

Curious? Click the link and “prepare to be completely changed.”



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