Curiosity, the key ingredient for winning L&D strategy
Curiosity is the spark which ignites learning and growth, creativity and innovation. It also enables deeper relationships and allows people to become aware of their inner values, beliefs and biases. In times of volatility, curiosity comes to the fore as individuals and companies need to reinvent themselves.
The implications of the changing economic landscape and consequently the way people grow and learn are vast for L&D.
L&D leaders and their teams have the opportunity to step up and embrace this new concept within their own ranks and reinvent themselves. They can also embark on a journey to mobilize the leaders and employees to get better at curiosity with novel learning solutions. Furthermore, they have the opportunity to redesign the way their organisations and professionals learn.
· Why curious professionals need curious workplaces
· What we know about the multifaceted aspects of curiosity
· What best practice companies (and L&D teams) do with the concept of curiosity
· What barriers are and how to train and get better at curiosity (and how to measure it)
· What L&D can do to orchestrate curiosity in the organisations and the people in their care