Have you ever been to a meeting and wondered why you are there? All the topics seem pre-determined and the answers controlled. Does anyone really want your input? This blog is all about changing this mindset which can lead to breakthrough innovation. Welcome back to our blog series on Creating a Culture of Curiosity to lead innovation in your organization.
Asking questions is vital in creating a culture of curiosity as well as driving innovation. In our last post on creating a culture of curiosity, we introduced the struggling CXO barely keeping their head above water because of the changing environment and intense competition. The CXO needed to overcome business as usual and move beyond the status quo by initiating innovation within their organization. The CXO needs to foster a culture of curiosity. Essential number 1 to the culture you get is in the questions you ask.
Is your development plan the RIGHT plan? 5 best practices for #sales development plans: https://t.co/bmy4bzpUXJ #salestips #salesops
Q1 is Over: Best Practices to Ensure You Make Your Number – #Webinar Recording https://t.co/zGXF28e4qq #b2bsales #sales #salescoaching #salesenablement #salesperformance #salesperformers
Sales Force Effectiveness (Alignment, Scale, Innovation) is Element 1 to Effective Sales Transformation https://t.co/BhL0UuaNwx #saleseffectiveness #salesenablement #salesleadership #salesleadershipcommunity #salestransformation