Be curious, ask questions and you’ll make a better leaderkinley
Much has been written about the virtues of “Curiosity” in the education world. But non-academic institutions are beginning to understand and leverage this skill in areas like Business, Sports & Management among others. Linda Clark-Santos of the Idaho Statesmen outlines why curiosity is such a valuable commodity in leaders.
“… leaders who are curious can learn from the successes and failures of others. By observing other leaders, they glean lessons learned without making their own mistakes. They tend to think broadly and deeply, often seeing how their work and their organizations are like others. These aggressive learners are humble enough to know they don’t have all the answers.”
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