In the last episode, we discussed the power of embracing curiosity as a spiritual practice and personal value. I want you to keep that in mind over the next three episodes (or go back and listen if you haven’t already) because being curious and asking questions are integral components of development meetings that work.
In any leadership position, it’s really easy to fall into the trap of telling and not asking. But that’s enabling behavior and, when you do it, you’re not fulfilling your role as a manager. We should want to hold a space for our people to grow, and we have to be curious to figure out where that space is, to begin with.
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