Sharpening your curiosity

We bring a contemporary view on how to lead for change within your organisation. Focusing on relationship dynamics, conversations, group patterns and ingrained mindsets and beliefs.

Have you ever felt that your relationships with certain colleagues are only touching the surface? Or that the conversations you’re having with your team aren’t as in-depth as you’d like them to be? Perhaps, the decisions being discussed in meetings aren’t so effective? You’re not quite sure how to deal with certain people and even understanding their perspectives seems like a struggle. Curiosity, active listening, and asking the right questions will have an effect on you…


Sharpening your Curiosity is a seed built to focus specifically on these needs. How to better build relationships with others by actively listening to your surroundings? How to ask the right questions to ensure a deeper connection with colleagues? How to improve decision-making processes and team performance output? It all starts by having an open ear and truly listening to what’s being said, followed by a mixture of humble inquiry and open-mindedness. We help you master these skills by teaching you the art of asking good questions, listening well and hard, what to pay attention to, and how to uncover underlying meanings in conversations. We also help you uncover your personal assumptions and judgements to support you in being a better listener and inquirer.


All the seeds we offer are targeted bite-sized, robust skill development boosters. No longer than 90 minutes to 2 hours, we support our clients to receive the insights they’re looking for in a modular session, specifically focused on their own context and needs. They fit perfectly in a face-to-face or virtual session.


What you’ll gain:

·      Active listening skills

·      The art of asking the right questions

·      How to dig deeper into relationships and situations?

·      Revealing underlying meanings in conversations

·      Greater trust and empathy between leaders, employees, and colleagues

·      Improved decision-making skills and team effectiveness

·      What gets in the way of our natural curiosity?

·      How to re-balance your ask-tell ratio?