Tag Archive: curiosity

How to Quiet a Loud Inner Critic and Stop Bossing Yourself Around

Competent people don’t like being bossed around. You bristle when an obnoxious boss tells you to do something. You might smile and take it, but you don’t leap for joy! Is the voice… Continue reading

10 Ways to Connect and Get Results

Indifference to input is one reason employees are silent. Curiosity is an inconvenience to anyone who already knows. Leaders who lack curiosity, need it the most. New ways of seeing depend on new questions. Use… Continue reading

Choose Your Default Response to Everything

You aren’t always proud of default responses. “When I feel on the spot,” a young leader said, “I freeze up. I don’t know what to do or say.” Image source Three defaults: Stress… Continue reading