Posted on December 14, 2012 in Articles by datasouth

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curiosityI was interested to hear the word “curious” come up on recent coverage of the leadership crisis at the BBC. An executive was accused of lacking any “curiosity about the situation”.


The ability to remain curious about what surrounds you is, I believe, a key aspect of excellence in leadership. One of the problems of the Boardroom is the isolation that can creep in. Directors, who lose touch with their “curiosity” about things, find it all too easy to close down their awareness and look for what confirms their own point of view.

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Curiosity and Leadership