Imagine there are 3 chairs in the room: A, B and C

A: The chair you’re sitting in representing where you are now.

C: Your vision. Where you would like to be in the future.

B: Obstacles. Are there obstacles to getting to C? What permission do you need to sit in that chair?

* Inspired by Dr. David Drake from the Moment Institute:

Programme Overview

The Curious Leaders programme is designed to foster a deep sense of curiosity about who you are as a person and as a leader. It challenges you to reflect on what you can do each day to become a more effective leader. The premise is that before we can truly lead others, we first need to lead ourselves.

It thus ultimately starts with self-leadership. This is about building a practice of reflection and action whereby we become increasingly curious about how our thinking is impacting our actions. This is the first step in building a world in which curiosity shapes leadership.

In this world, leaders aren’t boxed in by traditional thinking or established playbooks. They are open to fresh ideas and diverse perspectives, fostering a culture of exploration and learning. In truth, nurturing curiosity in leadership is essential if we are to address the key challenges of the 21st century.