“Curiosity Conversations” is a seminar designed to create better outcomes for the employee experience to increase innovation, employee engagement & retention, and overall productivity through increasing the amount of curiosity in your culture.
The ability to have a solid employee experience is based on communication that can be enhanced with curiosity. Company cultures and businesses are changing rapidly, and the culture shift can easily lead to fear and miscommunication that reduce engagement, retention, and productivity. Curious people can have uncomfortable conversations that are assertive and not aggressive, anxious, or argumentative.
Curiosity Conversations was developed by Diplomat Books, a certified Women Business Enterprise (WBE) in New York State.
People that are curious are:
• Less fearful, more open, and happier
• More inquisitive, more resourceful, and more collaborative
• More in their workplace
• More innovative
Curious people are MORE PRODUCTIVE.
Robin Barone is an educator, writer, and traveler who has visited over 60 countries and lived abroad. Robin serves as an adjunct instructor at NYU and has authored successful white papers. Prior to founding Diplomat Books, Ms. Barone worked in finance where she was known for her ability to formulate win-win solutions.
Ms. Barone earned a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania, a M.S. from NYU, and M.B.A. from INSEAD.
Her leadership style is described as curious, collaborative, and considerate. When she is not writing or traveling, she can be found skiing, rowing, or playing tennis.
In 2016, I launched my children’s book series Where is Robin, met over 3,000 people at 100 events, delivered talks on resiliency to kids, and asked-
And hence the journey of converting my content on curiosity into actionable learning and development material for professionals began.
Curiosity Conversations has been recognized by SHRM as a Recertification Provider as a vendor whose services can offer continuing education credits.