In our work, we notice complexity either challenges leaders or presents an opportunity to thrive. So what sets apart those who can manage it well from those who can’t? As this author explains, it’s more than intellect. It’s curiosity. At Mariposa, we are big believers in the power of curiosity as a leadership quality, and that’s why we share this article.
In the Harvard Business Review blog article written by Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, “Curiosity Is as Important as Intelligence,” three key psychological qualities enhance our ability to manage complexity:
- Intellect Quotient: mental ability
- Emotional Quotient: this concerns our ability to perceive, control, and express emotions
- Curiosity Quotient: having a hungry mind
Read the article to learn more about how and why these three qualities help leaders manage complexity.
Do you agree that these three qualities help leaders manage complexity? Why or why not?
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