LDC, Level 13, Prime Property Tower, 88 Lambton Quay, Wellington
Curiosity is the driving force behind any form of learning, creativity and innovation.
Learn how to:
In a public sector facing increasingly complex issues, we need fresh approaches to solving the wicked challenges facing New Zealand. If leadership is about taking people into new, unknown territory, curiosity serves as a better guide than professing to know what’s there. The Leadership Success Profile highlights curiosity as one of the key indicators of leadership potential, and it’s increasingly valued in senior leadership roles.
Upgrade your thinking to solve today’s problems by being openly curious rather than simply rushing to answers. LDC facilitator Digby Scott will show you how.
Increasingly, today’s challenges require leaders to be deeply curious, and create cultures of curiosity.
Digby is known as a leadership development practitioner and coach who brings a fresh approach. He works with ‘restless go-getters’ that are on a mission to make a difference. Digby aims to help people to think and act in new ways so they nail it.
Digby’s worked in the leadership development field since 1998, in Australia and New Zealand, designing, facilitating and coaching. Previously, he was a chartered accountant, a recruiter, a manager, and established and sold two businesses.
Along with his expertise in adult development, Digby takes a grounded and pragmatic approach to his work. Find out more…
This event is free for all LDC members. Numbers limited to 50, so book early to avoid disappointment. Register at www.ldc.govt.nz.
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