The Power of Curiosity (4/46)

In today’s fast-paced world of work, every manager needs to better understand others employees who report to them, colleagues and those senior to them. Without understanding mistakes are made, time wasted, the status quo remains. When we are able to understand others, we can collaborate, sharing ideas, innovating, and get things done correctly the first time. Production increases as does engagement and employees become accountable for what they are part of. All of which helps the new manager feel empowered so they can shine. This is a simple, easy to read book about the skills we need to have effective relationships, skills we are never taught and yet are expected to know.

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Contributors: Kathy Taberner from Institute of Curiosity

Written by Ben Skute


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