Boost Morale and Make your job and the people around you more interesting by cultivating your curiosity at work.
Spend a full day being curious about your job, your co-workers, your industry, your organization, and your corporate culture. Question: why things are the way they are, who does what, why, where and how. This is not with the intention to be noisy and upset people and processes but with the intention to learn, create motivation and improve.
Through this discovery you will cultivate an ongoing curiosity about your work, your co-workers, the industry and more. You will start to see the connection between people, departments and products and start to see how you are an itegral part of the puzzle. Pride and enthusiasm will swell.
High level executives from across the globe will start to seem real and integral to the operation- instead of just a name on a letter head.
For a full day, let your curiosity take hold and seek to:
- Discover the often facinating story about where your organization originated from, who was involved, how quickly it grew and why.
- Appreciate the struggles that others have had to bear to pave the way for the job and thriving business climate that you have today.
- Understand how your industry and organization has changed, been challenged and evolved.
- Know what your organizations mission means and how it relates to everyday work.
- Appreciate what other departments do for the organization. How does each integral person work in line to build this work community?
Most diverse organization that have survived have been through tremendous change over the years. To survive, they have roughed it out and been forced to innovate. Many have been challenged to do more work with fewer resources, been downsized and even relocated.
Many people work most of their lives for an organization and know so little about it. Knowing your history fuels facination and builds pride for your work. Expressing your natural curiosity will drive innovation and build concrete connections that fuel passion.