‘Not all who wander are lost’.
Those who know how to wander, will lead. Do you want to learn how to create space for better answers to breath? Join the Masterclass Curious Leadership, a unique two day programme to fuel your leadership with Suzanne Leclaire, founder of The Curiosophy Collective.
The average person will spend 90,000 hours, more than 11.000 days and 30 years at work over a lifetime. It’s safe to say your job can make a huge impact. But work is dominated by an ever growing current of problems.
Questions are often too complex to simply be ‘solved’. Leaders are having a hard time finding direction in complexity, shows worldwide survey among 1000 leaders worldwide. Sustainability, inclusion, polarisation, innovation; all sorts of matters that need something else than repetition of old thoughts. And the biggest pandemic is yet to come, according to the World Health Organisation. Burn-out, partly caused by complexity at work. It seems we have not touched the deeper cause of troubles yet.
But what if something is missing? Something subtle, hard to grasp, but powerful enough to turn the tide. That something that has all to do with our selves. With the way we allow our selves to think and sense. With our ability to question and listen. With that one hidden source in all of us: our curiosity.
For a long time, curiosity was viewed as one of those “soft” skills. An esoteric nice-to-have, listed pretty far down in a job- description. But what if the quality of the answers to complex questions is depending on the questions we ask? And the way we wonder is key for the depth of our transitions? Being curious brings us beyond the obvious. So start fueling your leadership with inquisitiveness.