We're not too big to admit that "curiosity" has become something of a buzzword these days. Search for the term on a job board, and you'll find thousands of postings for everything from a senior data scientist ("We welcome your adaptability, your curiosity, and your passion") to a marketing intern ("must have intellectual curiosity"). Buzzword or not, it's hard to see the downside of encouraging a healthy sense of curiosity. But according to recent research highlighted in Harvard Business Review, employees don't feel as free to be curious as their bosses think they do — but there are ways to fix that.
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Written by Ashley Hamer October 12, 2018
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