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After learning more about each other, this group of area business leaders discussed their thoughts related to leaders stifling curiosity.
The thoughts and experiences shared provided helpful insight.
It ranged from those good leaders working to create curiosity by empowering their people, although some cultures are designed to increase efficiency as opposed to curiosity.
Being wrong can be challenging for some. There can be a fear of being wrong when curiosity uncovers a different approach that improves the process…but isn’t that what we want?