Creating a workplace that not only grows but thrives can be a challenge for even the top businesses. When your team feels trusted to share their opinions and challenge the status quo, they have the space to exercise curiosity. However, when curiosity isn’t encouraged, your team can become stagnant and complacent.
The third behavior we identify as a discipline of great leadership is curiosity. Curiosity is the desire to know or understand your environment and the people inside it. Learning how to overcome a gap in curiosity actually translates to overcoming a gap in growth and potential.