Choose to be curious and lead by example. Experience the power of your position in a new light–and have a little fun while you’re at it.
I had great discussions with Dana Theus of InPower Coaching on leading with curiosity. I think of it in two ways: how to be leaders who are curious, and having curiosity be our first move, regardless of where we stand in the hierarchy. Interview and insights Part 1 here, Part 2 here.
In Development: a workshop designed with the leader in mind. In an intensive, highly interactive half-day workshop, we will look at how to use curiosity to build trust, make better decisions and ignite innovation. Choose to be curious and lead by example. Experience the power of your position in a new light–and have a little fun while you’re at it.
Let’s work together to develop a facilitated session that uses curiosity as its frame. What do you want in people’s heads, hearts and hands – and how we can use curiosity to get there?
Legal scholar Michael Madison, University of Pittsburgh, invited me to join him on The Future Law Podcast for a bonus episode about curiosity in the law, leadership and life. Interview here.
Fellow WERA producer Karen Bate and I talked about how much curiosity contributes to business on her show Awesome Women Entrepreneurs. Interview here.
InPower Women brought me back for a follow-up conversation about curiosity and the fluid career. And, yeah, that’s me on a surfboard. Interview and insights here.
Risk Alternative, Inc.‘s founder and principal Ted Bilich and I did a two-part series on curiosity and the role of the COO. This is the place I confess to being a recovering know-it-all. Interview and insights here.
Fellow WERA producer Andrea Cambron, host of Enlighten Me, and I traded off conversations; she joined me on Choose to be Curious to talk about Curiosity, Current Affairs and Kids – and then I joined her show to keep the conversation going. Interview and insights here.