Curiosity kills the cat?
On the contrary.
According to new research cultivating curiosity helps leaders and companies to adapt better to certain market conditions and external pressure coming up with more creative solutions. This results in a more rational approach to decision making that greatly reduces the risk to fall prey to confirmation bias choices. The benefits of curiosity go even further. Curious leaders are better at implementing changes and they naturally engage curiosity in their employees which in turn reduces group conflict. The outcome altogether is more communication and better performance.
What is not to love.
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