The golden thread of curiosity for workplace trainers

 

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Chamorrow-Premizic and the Curiosity Quotient

 Tomas Chamorro-Premizic’s article Curiosity Is as Important as Intelligence was featured in the Harvard Business Review in August 2014 and asked the question ‘Why are some people more able to manage complexity?’ Chamorro-Premizic found solutions to the question he posed in individual temperament. He suggested the three  psychological qualities of Intellectual Quotient (IQ) Emotional Quotient (EQ) and Curiosity Quotient (CQ) can positively impact job performance and assist the management of complexity at work.

 

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