Dr. Hamilton, chosen by Thinkers50 Radar as one of the world’s most innovative thinkers, creator of the Curiosity Code Index, and author of the book Cracking the Curiosity Code, will share the four factors that inhibit curiosity and ways to overcome them.

“While the mechanisms that correlate curiosity and effective decision-making at a workplace may not be gender-specific, we can agree that curiosity helps leaders become more motivated and efficient in a workplace,” said Dr. Maja Zelihic, department chair in the Forbes School of Business & Technology, and CWL board member. “We look forward to exploring this important topic and related leadership concepts more in depth during the webinar.”

According to Dr. Hamilton, “As women leaders, we must consider the value of modeling and fostering curiosity. When we admit we do not have all the answers, it allows us to embrace learning from others. Additionally, developing curiosity can

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Inspired by Winston Churchill’s famous quote, “Never let a good crisis go to waste,” I dare you to stop and think about all the opportunities that have presented themselves because of the COVID-19 pandemic. How will you respond?

Are you wallowing in the negative effects of the pandemic on your home, family, school or job? Or are you invigorated by the forced change resulting in commutes replaced by remote team meetings, where you’re sporting a combination of nice shirt with comfortable shorts?

If you still find yourself drowning in the “new normal,” you need to wake up and face the reality that change is here and always has been here. It’s not death and taxes, but something in between, and something that can be embraced.

If you feel invigorated, you have likely chosen to explore, experiment and/or learn to navigate these days of social distancing, mask-wearing and obsessive sanitizing. As

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