Reconnect With Your Inner Curiosity

We are all born curious, and as children, we use our curiosity to explore and learn about the world.  However, our curiosity fades as we grow and develop into adults.  Why does this happen?  Have we learned everything there is to learn?  I think not.

Because curiosity is critical to how knowledge is created and learned, this session explores what holds people back from being more curious and how to develop our curiosity.

Participants will be introduced to my concept of intrinsic inquiry which links intrinsic motivation and appreciative inquiry.  Through interactive exercises participants will stimulate and reconnect with their inner curiosity.


  • Understand curiosity and its importance to creativity and learning
  • Engage their curiosity to enhance personal creativity
  • Develop a personal curiosity action plan for living curiosity

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  • Nina

    One of the best sessions! I forgot how much energy curiosity brings with it!

    1 · November 16, 2012

  • Costa M.

    Thanks, everyone! Your participation was magical. I'll never look at a tangerine the same way again....or were those clementine's? o_O

    November 16, 2012

  • Remo

    Great topic, very engaging presentation. Sharon de korte is a star!

    November 15, 2012

  • Costa M.

    Looking forward to seeing everyone this evening. Any special requests for snacks and beverages? And, if you have a friend or colleague with nothing to do after work, bring them along : )

    November 15, 2012

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