Learning Postcards: The Landscape of Curiosity

To be curious is to inquisitive as to what lies beyond the horizon of our own ignorance and understanding. It’s a primary driver of human nature, a strong motivator into action, and gets us in equal measure into hot water or cold. As we seek to unlock (or unblock) curiosity within our Organisations, we should be aware of what fosters it, where it sits, what it provokes, and where the consequences may take us.

If you would like to read the original article, or more of Julian’s work visit his blog at: https://julianstodd.wordpress.com/2019/10/23/explore-your-landscape-of-curiosity/

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A Time for Answers?

We are relocating from a space of certainty, to a place of doubt: our domain based Organisations, with the systems of education that feed them, and the markets that sustain them, all evolving. This is not a time for answers, but rather a time for questions, and to consider the mechanisms of sense making that will help us to ask the right ones.

If you would like to read the original article, or more of Julian’s work visit his blog at https://julianstodd.wordpress.com/2019/03/05/a-time-of-answers/

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The 6 Tenets of Social Leadership

Social Leadership is a style fit for the Social Age: it’s about building social authority, reputation based leadership that is consensual by the community. It’s complimentary to formal leadership but vital at a time when formal authority delivers a diminished return.

In this podcast Julian talks about the Six Tenets that any Social Leader will adhere to: These are: Be Curious, Try-Learn-Try, Share, Be Humble, Tell Stories, Be Fair and Protect.


If you would like to read the original article, or more of Julian’s work visit his blog at https://julianstodd.wordpress.com/2015/04/22/six-tenets-of-social-leadership/

To find out more about Sea Salt Learning go to https://seasaltlearning.com