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Curiosity in the workplace

We naturally accept that curiosity in the workplace is a good thing. When people are interested in questioning and learning, they can discover better ways of doing things, invent new products, or f...

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How (and why) to train your brain to be more curious at work

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Curiosity can be considered in terms of variations that exist within individuals, moment to moment. These variations depend on the interest in and knowledge of a subject.

Curiosity is unlikel...

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Your brain loves certainty. So, it may be more challenging to stay curious during times of stress or upheaval.

If you are in a state of uncertainty, it is helpful to move...

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In some cases, such as facing a collective problem or shared interest, you may be more curious when in a group.

A group is curious when they face the same kind of problem or ...

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Curiosity can be contagious under the right conditions.

For example, when dancers make a mistake, instead of saying, "That's not the right way to do it," they would say, "tha...

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When you're in the middle of asking questions to satisfy your curiosity, you may be tempted to give advice instead of finding out why someone is asking. 

When you engage with team members, in...

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You can become more curious over time if you make a habit of exploring new subjects.

You will become interested in other related things, understanding there's a relationshi...

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