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At Curiousmind, we help people, teams and organisations rekindle their curiosity as a catalyst for innovation, learning and change. A Curious mind is an engaged mind, naturally drawn towards exploring, understanding, innovating and problem-solving. 

Our unique content and methodologies are designed to inspire curiosity and engagement leading to a better training ROI.

Only 24% reported feeling curious in their jobs on a regular basis

92% credited curious people with bringing new ideas into teams and organisations and viewed curiosity as a catalyst for job satisfaction, motivation, innovation, and high performance.

70% said they face barriers to asking more questions at work.

76% reported not feeling curious in their jobs on a regular basis

92% credited curious people with bringing new ideas into teams and organisations and viewed curiosity as a catalyst for job satisfaction, motivation, innovation, and high performance.

70% said they face barriers to asking more questions at work.

76% reported not feeling curious in their jobs on a regular basis

92% credited curious people with bringing new ideas into teams and organisations and viewed curiosity as a catalyst for job satisfaction, motivation, innovation, and high performance.

70% said they face barriers to asking more questions at work.

92% credited curious people with bringing new ideas into teams and organisations and viewed curiosity as a catalyst for job satisfaction, motivation, innovation, and high performance.

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We cultivate curiosity as foundation for

E N G A G E M E N T

which enhances

Fortunately, we're programmed to be curious, we're drawn to explore and discover, to innovate, experiment and persist until we get whatever is tickling our fancy. However, for a multitude of reasons, over time we can develop limiting beliefs that can leave us feeling stuck and disempowered (overly certain).

 

By “unveiling” assumptions that actively smother curiosity, Curiousmind reacquaints people with their innate desire to understand and engage, and in doing so open the door to new and more empowering perspectives. 

 

Curiosity also has many nuances.  For example, we've worked with many technical professionals who were deeply curious about their work but totally disinterested in understanding their colleagues or themselves (or vice versa). We call this depth vs breadth.  Similarly, we’ve also noticed most of us will, at times, be more intent on proving we're right than understanding other points of view, causing avoidable conflict and lasting damage to stakeholder relationships.