Innovative Leadership: Developing Curiosity

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Total Time
3 Weeks
Price
Free
Level
All
Self-Paced
Yes
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Identify how curiosity can drive business innovation and advance your career

In just three weeks you’ll learn how to develop your sense of intellectual curiosity, overcoming inhibition to drive innovation and change in your organisation.

 

Learn from world-leading performance expert Dr. Diane Hamilton

Creator of the Curiosity Code Index® and the acclaimed author of ‘Cracking the Curiosity Code’, Dr. Diane Hamilton is a renowned thought-leader in business management, innovation, and leadership.

On this course, she will guide you into understanding the importance and value of curiosity – how it can spark innovation, and drive engagement at work.

Dr. Hamilton will show you how being more curious can make the difference in decision-making – and become a key leadership quality.

As the former MBA Program Chair at the Forbes School of Business – and with decades of business training experience – she is perfectly placed to give you expert advice on motivation and innovation in the workplace.

 

Explore how curiosity can boost your leadership skills

Curiosity is a basic human trait, and one which is vital for survival. However, the value of curiosity in organisations has often been overlooked in theories of innovation.

On this course, you’ll explore and evaluate what stops people from being curious, and discover the ways you can overcome your own doubts to harness the power of curiosity – leading lasting change in your organisation or business.

 

What topics will you cover?

  • The value of curiosity
  • How curiosity is important for survival
  • The relationship of curiosity to drive and motivation
  • The relationship of curiosity to leadership, engagement, and decision-making
  • The relationship of curiosity to different types of intelligence including IQ and EQ
  • The relationship of curiosity to creativity and innovation
  • What inhibits curiosity
  • How to overcome the inhibitors of curiosity