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035: The Curiosity Mashup: Leadership Begins With Curiosity

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Top Takeaways:

  • Tom Ferguson, vice president of programming for the Imagine H2O accelerator program discusses with us why curiosity is one of an organization’s seven superpowers.

Imagine if your employees were empowered to become 15% smarter each year, knowing that knowledge compounds over time.

  • New York Times bestseller, Jon Acuff, tells us about the career savings account from his book Do Over. He explains why your job title doesn’t inhibit your ability to grow.
  • Greg Wukasch, our mentor and external affairs manager at the San Antonio Water System, drives home how curiosity inspires the courage necessary to be an effective leader.


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