Mindsets & Postures

Curiosity Section 4

Jacob Hancock
0:51 min video
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Key Takeaway:

  1. Through questions, we get to explore reality. 
  2. Generally, the systems and structures we operate within are designed to optimize efficiency, so organizations fail to create room for innovation. Desiring deeper knowledge is not about bucking the system but being curious enough to mitigate disruption and change while adding value. ###

Personal ReflectionAs you complete this section on Curiosity, spend some time reflecting on the following questions: 

  1. Do I regularly exhibit a posture of curiosity? 
  2. Do I question the world like that of a child? Remember, children learn through asking “why,” experimenting and observing their surroundings. 
  3. Do I truly desire deeper knowledge about the world? Curiosity allows us to experience the world in a unique, creative and refreshing way. Am I curious for curiosity’s sake, as a child? Do I operate out of a mentality of “need to know,” or simply want to know? Rather than being driven by a deadline or a job, is curiosity a part of your personality? 
  4. Do I listen with a judger or learner mindset? Ouch! This is a bit difficult because ###
Group Discussion: 
  1. How might fear, motives, agendas, and lack of vulnerability in organizations, (and on teams), keep the team from asking penetrating questions?
  2. As the antidote to assumptions, what ways does our team or organization exhibit deep curiosity? In what ways might we need to improve? 
  3. Using the Judger / Learner Chart, discuss areas of strength on your team, as well as areas where your team needs to improve.
  4. Does your team regularly and consistently challenge their assumptions? Why or why not?###


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