Given how life is “opening up” and how our daily interactions are increasing, I wanted to use this month’s newsletter to use curiosity as a tool for to understand communication that is coaching and not criticizing. Although the desired outcome maybe improvement, support, or insight, criticism and coaching are two different actions that will have entirely different results. Have you ever watched the coach in … Continue reading Curious- Are you a critic or a coach?
Happy New Year! With the turn of the calendar and the drafting of new resolutions, I invite you to consider being more curious this year. Curiosity is the jedi mind trick at the heart of everything in life- strong relationships, clear communication, and achieving your goals. Curiosity drives grit, resilience, compassion, empathy, and an open mind. No wonder why curious people are happier! Adding curiosity to … Continue reading Curiosity for New Year’s Resolution
For most of us, since March the world has been working remotely. Suddenly our society leaped from the 20thto the 22nd century overnight. Now that it appears that the world will be working remotely for the foreseeable future, I wanted to address working remotely in this month’s curiosity conversations. Working remotely is major change to organizational design, communication, and engagement. Moreover, there are cultural norms and … Continue reading Curiosity Conversations for Remote Working