Why Curiosity is Key to Well-Being

Increase engagement and connection simply by asking questions

Cultivating the right kind of curiosity in your employees matters a great deal — now more than ever before. Amid social and political upheaval, the stresses of remote work and its impacts on work/life balance, and the general fatigue brought on by a global pandemic, your employees are simply … tired. Tired in the way that someone treading water is getting tired. And they’re in need of something to help buoy them. 

Curiosity can help.

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Dr. Thorn is a highly accomplished and engaging talent management, learning and OD leader. With over 18 years of professional experience, she is a trusted resource and strategic advisor to employees at all levels of the organization.

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