Creativity is an essential but underdeveloped competency in today’s workplace. Yet, we often hear people say, “I’m not creative.” With a workforce swallowed by self-doubt, how can organizations expect employees to develop a creative competency?
Intellectual curiosity reflects a sales professional’s interest in, commitment to and concern for his or her customer and profession. It creates credibility, which fosters the sales professional’s progression to the “trusted advisor” role.
As L&D leaders look for ways to develop their workforces, the answer to what makes people innovative could be as simple as increasing their curiosity.