Executives Say They Encourage Curiosity. Just 52% of Employees Agree.

“Saying is one thing and doing is another.” ― Montaigne

From leading sessions on human centered design thinking to improving leadership skills using the coach approach, developing a culture of curiosity is one of the common requests from our partners. Companies are on a mission to increase their team’s curiosity as a way to improve engagement, creativity, and innovation. But how can we actually encourage curiosity on our team?

In this Harvard Business Review article on “Research: 83% of Executives Say They Encourage Curiosity. Just 52% of Employees Agree.”, learn about the research and how to leverage curiosity.

To read the article, click here.

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Lorie Corcuera
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