This might be part of the [apparently] secret formula necessary to help you Improve the Business of your Business

Active observation over the past several years suggest that curiosity seems to have dampened. Perhaps it is the fear of “doing deep dives” in situations that we fear might become uncomfortable. Perhaps it is remote working- or perhaps it is mentoring and leading that is not geared to the realities of our current workplaces.

For whatever reason, we have to come to grips with this and really build this capacity in all sorts of organizations. Take a quick read of this, and spend more time assessing your own situation:

https://www.fastcompany.com/90782370/why-we-should-embrace-radical-curiosity-and-learn-to-ask-better-questions?utm_source=newsletters&utm_medium=email&leadId=769432&mkt_tok=NjEwLUxFRS04NzIAAAGGl93cUD0tiBqiCILiqG9sDYBQJq_laztr0VQwMHYcfEw6nq0feW_S9-qdGDRIKqSuKeVVN69Yy-PqDFFQfqw8G8uY_YqoWhoPE6jcUA

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