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Course byInstitute Of Curiosity
June 03, 2016
In our hyper-connected, over-scheduled world, we all have everything but time and IRL (In Real Life) conversations.
Think about it, when was the last time you had an in-depth discussion or took the time to learn something new about someone?
Research is showing that we are the most connected we have ever been, and yet still the most alone. Our lack of IRL conversations is leaving us feeling less connected, less empathic, less creative and fulfilled.
Did you know that human beings are wired for curiosity? Findings in neuroscience confirm that when we are curious with another, the hormones dopamine and oxytocin, our natural “feel good” chemicals, are released in our brains.
Did you also know that listening is the one skill that makes or breaks leaders? Leaders that master listening will perform 40% higher than others, are more likable, and are promoted more often.
In this free course, we will explore the questions to ask, the assumptions to avoid, and the game-changing skills that will boost your curiosity levels and help you improve your personal and professional relationships, even in the midst of conflict.