Ep 75: Conclusion versus Curiosity
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Most people, leaders included, listen to people in order to reach a conclusion rather than out of curiosity. This may seem like a harmless thing but it can actually have a significant impact on one’s leadership. For starters, leaders who are listening for a conclusion already have an agenda in mind. That being said, it becomes impossible for them to be genuinely curious about why people are showing up the way they do. Eventually, it creates resignation, resentment, and disillusionment among leaders and their subordinates. As a leader, what do you do about it? How do you identify the distinction and why is it important? The answers and more in today’s episode so please join me!