Francesca Gino, Tandon Family Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, Award winning expert on the psychology of organisations and author of the bestselling books 'Rebel Talent: Why it pays to break the rules at work and in life', and 'Sidetracked: Why our decisions get derailed, and how we can stick to the plan', joins Simon Brown, Paul Ashcroft & Garrick Jones in their latest fascinating Curious Advantage Podcast.
Why should organisations be curious? How can leaders foster curiosity? How can Curiosity drive innovation? What is the connection between rebels and curiosity?!
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About the Curious Advantage Podcast Series
The Curious Advantage Podcast series is brought to you by the authors of the book The Curious Advantage, Paul Ashcroft, Simon Brown & Garrick Jones and it is about how individuals and organisations use the power of curiosity to drive success in their lives and organisations, especially in the context of our new digital reality. It brings to life the latest understanding from neuroscience, anthropology, history and behaviourism about curiosity and makes these useful for everyone.
Produced by Aliki Paolinelis, edited by Jill Damatac-Futter & Roman Pechersky
About ‘The Curious Advantage’ Book
The Curious Advantage is an exploration of the idea of Curiosity and its increasing importance for thriving in the digital age. Taking the widest possible exploration of things Curious – historical, contemporary, neuro-scientific, anthropological, behavioural, semantic and business-focused.
At the heart of the book is our model of Curiosity, called ’Sailing the 7 C’s of Curiosity’. This model provides individuals with a practical framework for how to be successfully Curious and use Curiosity as a power skill to unlock their own potential. To find out more visit: curiousadvantage.com
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